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We stopped here on parents weekend for Hamilton College. It's been open since 1927 and I can't believe that I've never been before in all the years I've gone to Clinton. It's such a charming place. They were in the process of washing apples and...More
I have been here every time I visit. Cute, love the cider donuts, sit on the porch and enjoy the hot cider in the Fall. I purchased a plate, picture also, as I am originally from this area.Just a cute place to purchase apples, a...More
If you want good apple cider, terrific baked goods and super soups you’ve got to come here. Prices are reasonable and the homemade baked pies are incredible. There are some tables on the porch where you can enjoy your treats. It’s also fun to see...More
This place has high prices for products you can purchase elsewhere, (with equal or better quality) for less. I made the mistake of going here once, and never again. Big deal, you see a cider press in action, if you want to waste your money.
My strongest pregnancy craving is apple cider doughnuts. So much so, in fact, that I’ve researched the best places to find doughnuts throughout upstate NY. This cider house was on the list, so we made the trip from Ithaca, NY. From the outside lot, it...More
This is a fascinating, delicious stop while traveling through Clinton. Sample the apple cider donuts and other apple-based products. But especially take time to watch the cider press in action. It's really a remarkable invention to extract the juice from apples and create their delicious...More
While visiting Utica we took a short drive to the Clinton Cider Mill. The first time we went they wee not open for the season yet, so check before you go. It's interesting to see how they press the apples for the cider. It was...More
WE stayed at the The Hedges and noticed the Cider Mill almost directly across the street. Apparently the donuts are legendary so i couldn't leave Clinton without tasting them. And they were everything they're cracked up to be: cinnamon-y, tender and melt in your mouth...More
It is not just family with teenagers- it's for everyone!
Originally they crushed the apples from local apple orchards and made cider. NY
required cider to be homoginized, which required extremely expensive-steamed process, so now they call it apple juice.
It is one of the...More