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Cider: The Forgotten Miracle Paperback – 1 Oct 1999
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An essential purchase. Difficult to resist this haandsome and inspiring volume. Very highly recommended. -- Stockport and South Manchester CAMRA
An excellent book -- Kirsty Fergusson - Daily Express
This book is printed and decorated to a standard no major publisher would dare to do for less than 50 quid -- Vera Rule - The Guardian
This is a wonderful book -- Tom Jaine - Petit Propos Culinaire
Well researched -- Giles MacDonogh - Financial Times
From the Publisher
This book has sold extremely well and examins the context of cider in relation to its long history. Cider is a natural drink and is made directly from the landscape. Poetry and vivid descriptions of workingon a cider farm made this book essential reading for those that want to get in under the skin of the cider apple industry. James Crowden has a deep knowledge of cider in Somerset and is able to view it from within and without. He has also produced a Cider Map of Somerset available from SOmerset County Council Tourism department in Taunton.See all Product description
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18 April 2013
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with vintage woodcuts and quality materials and nicely written. Hard to categorise as it appears as part history, part personal memories, part poetry, part somerset culture all woven together. I read it almost non stop but then I am planning to move to Somerset/Dorset in the near future.
10 July 2001
A Forgotten Miracle indeed, as is this book an undiscovered miracle for all who have more than a passing interest in this fine drink.Affectionately written this book goes into great detail on the history and traditions of Cider and Cider making, including Histories on Burrow Hill Cider Farms and the Somerset Cider Company. The illustrations and Poetry are particuarly enjoyable. A lovely book.