Portland Cider Co. Adds The Perfect 10 Imperial Cider to Lineup

Clackamas, Oregon-based Portland Cider Co. is adding The Perfect 10, a traditional English Scrumpy or Imperial Cider, to its year-round lineup.

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The Perfect 10 is a blend of 100 percent Northwest apples, fermented cold and slow to preserve fresh apple flavors and aromas. The cider makers allowed the cider to rest for more than two months to further develop the rich flavors. The cider was then sweetened with a touch of juice and balanced with a little acidity to round out the higher tannin profile.

“The Perfect 10 was inspired by the cider I first made at home in our guestroom closet,” explained Jeff Parrish, co-owner of Portland Cider Co. “It’s dangerously delicious and easy to drink!”

The Perfect 10 is available in 500ml bottles and on draft at Portland Cider Co.’s two taprooms, and at select retailers in Oregon and Washington.

About Portland Cider Company
Portland Cider Company was started in October 2012 by an Oregonian and a family of British expats with the mission of bringing cider, handcrafted in the English tradition, to the Northwest. It has two taproom locations: Portland Cider House at 3638 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR 97214; and Portland Cider Co. Taproom & Cidery at 8925 SE Jannsen Rd, Bldg. F, Clackamas, OR 97015. For more information, visit www.PortlandCider.com and follow @PortlandCider on social media.

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