For the Love of Quince: Our Favorite Quince Ciders

3 bottles of quince cider: Art + Science, Empyrical Inquiry, Floribunda Quitten

For the Love of Quince: Our Favorite Quince Ciders

Shout-out to a couple of our friends: The Prince of Quince, and CiderChat's Mr. Quince! This bundle of quince ciders won't disappoint. Not familiar with quince? Quince is a pome fruit, similar to apples and pears, often cooked into jelly or paste (membrillo), and it makes for a delicious, highly fragrant "cider". Whether you're a quince fan or just learning what quince is, we think you'll enjoy these three tasty beverages.

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Ciders in this 4-Pack Includes:

  • Durham Cider + Wine (California) - A Tribe Called Quince (2020 Vintage):

    Made with a blend of apples (including bittersharp, bittersweet, and dessert apples), pears, and quince. The quince and some of the apples are allowed to macerate prior to pressing. Spontaneously fermented between two different batches that are blended just a couple days before bottling. Bottled prior to fermentation completing for a Pet-Nat sparkle.  This batch of this fan favorite cider is dry with medium-plus to high tannins and medium-plus acidity. The modest percentage of quince still leads the flavor profile, with additional tasting notes of pineapple, apple skins, floral, lemon, and lemongrass.

  • Floribunda (Italy) - Sparkling Quince Cider: Sparkling Italian quince cider made from organic Gold Rush and Topaz apples, and quince varieties grown on the Völser-Egger Family Farm. Fresh apple and floral quince in delicate balance.

  • Empyrical Orchard & Cidery (Washington) - Inquiry: Dry and sparkling cider made with a Empyrical-grown quince and a blend of traditional cider apples, including Kingston Black. Delicate botanical and quince aromas. On the palate, this opens with intriguing tropical notes, followed by notes of quince, honey, white flower, honeycomb, canned pineapple, lemon zest, and pastry dough.

  • Art + Science (Oregon) - Quince: Quince cider made from 100% quince foraged from old farmsteads in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Barrel fermented with native yeast and aged for 10 months. Unfined and unfiltered. No added sulfites.  A fragrant and flavorful drink, designed for the adventurous drinker.

  • Bonus! Anxo (Pennsylvania) - Quince: A delicious Quince cider in cans?! YES PLEASE. Dry cider made with Pennsylvania GoldRush apples fermented with native/wild yeasts and conditioned on ground quince. Grab the 4 bottle Quince pack and this can is "on us". 
  • Shipping available across U.S.
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We ship cider in boxes that safely hold 4-bottles, 6-bottles, or 12-bottles. Order in one of those quantities (or multiples of those quantities) to maximize your shipping value. For example, if you order 2-3 ciders, there will be room left in the box and it won't meaningfully change the shipping costs to fill the box.

We do have 1-bottle boxes, but in most all instances it will cost the same to ship you a full 4-bottle box.

Shipping to a business address will usually save you a few bucks!

Shipping cost estimates:

  • Pacific Northwest/West Coast: Shipping anywhere in the Pacific Northwest or West Coast is relatively inexpensive. Almost all box sizes cost $16-21 to ship. Same is true for most destinations in the Mountain Time Zone.
  • Central Standard Time Zone / Midwest: A 4-bottle or 6-bottle box will usually cost $18-24 to ship. A 12-bottle box will usually cost $22-30 to ship. Variance depends on weight and how far from a FedEx/UPS shipping center your delivery address is.
  • East Coast: A 4-bottle or 6-bottle box will usually cost $20-25 to ship. A 12-bottle box will usually cost $25-35 to ship. Variance depends on weight and how far from a FedEx/UPS shipping center your delivery address is.

Important Shipping Information:

  • We are able to ship cider to most, but not all, states.
  • Legally, someone 21+ must be present at the time of delivery to sign for the cider. We cannot ship to PO Boxes or AFO/FPO addresses.
  • Shipping prices vary by weight and destination. How far you are from Seattle (where we ship from), and remote vs. central your shipping destination is, and how heavy your box is will make shipping vary.
  • The bigger the box, the less you pay in shipping on a per-bottle basis. We ship in 1, 4, 6, and 12 bottle boxes - order in those quantities for the best shipping value. The size of the box matters as much as the weight, so don't leave empty slots in your bottle box! Shipping a 1-2 bottles will cost the same as shipping 4-6 bottles in most cases. Shipping a 12-bottle box is usually only $3-5 more than shipping a 4-6 bottle box.
  • Re-delivery and returns are the responsibility of the customer.
  • We don't recommend shipping during periods of extreme weather. If your area has weather of concern, please contact us and we can hold your order. 

We can usually accommodate rush requests for delivery or pickup. Please e-mail us at or call/text us at (206)395-4008.

We offer home delivery of cider orders for customers in the Seattle area, including the east-side. Someone 21+ must be available to accept the delivery. We will be flexible in scheduling a delivery that works for you. Most deliveries are made within a few days of the order being placed.

Orders can be picked up for free at Makeda & Mingus, a coffee shop and community space in the Greenwood neighborhood. They are open everyday from 7AM-5PM. Orders are made available for pickup within 1-3 days.

If you love cider and anticipate ordering 3+ boxes per year, consider joining one of our Cider Clubs. Club members get great benefits including discounts on any orders they make with us, year round.

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