Cider jelly is one of the oldest traditional American products. Our source is a century-plus-old firm run by Willis and Tina Wood in Vermont. They're some of the few remaining folks that still make cider jelly from boiled fresh cider. Cooked down, it forms a thick, sweet, intense jelly.
A gallon of this cider jelly takes nine gallons of fresh cider. They use only whole, hand-picked apples to make their cider, a blend of Russets, Baldwins, Spies and McIntoshes along with some wild apples that grow on their land. Use the cider jelly in the same way you’d use any other jelly or as an accompaniment to cheese.