apple cider [ap–uhl sahy-der] noun
An unfiltered, unpasteurized beverage made from apples with a cloudy brown appearance, its flavor depending on the variety of apples used. Some producers will use a single apple variety, although most use blends. If buying directly from an apple orchard, they most likely change the apples as the season progresses, tinkering with blends to make the best-tasting drink.
Apple cider must be refrigerated and is best consumed as soon as possible.