Ritter's Cider Mill, Mt Cobb

4.5
#25 of 64 in Breweries & Distilleries in Pennsylvania
Distillery · Food & Drink
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  • Just finished all of the items I purchased from this place. The apple pie, cider donuts, and apple cider were all awesome! There was a small petting zoo where my son could feed / interact with the.....  more »
  • Our #1 choice for cider and their featured cider donuts. Betcha can't each just one! Excellent variety of fresh apples. Terrific accommodations for children....petting zoo, etc. Fun fave.  more »
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  • I love cider mills and so excited that it's apple season. I was heading up to NY and mapped out 3 cider mills to stop by. This one was 10 miles off route, but I felt it was worth it because they have farm animals. Plus, I wanted to try their cider donuts since I want to pick up some on my way home for the office. I walked into the shopping area and there were many different types of apples. I like that the sign for each apple crate described the apple taste. They also have honey, jam, peanut butter, cashew butter, almond butter, BBQ sauce, apple cider, candles, cookies, pies, candy apple, etc... The prices were clearly displayed. The animals in the back were cute. The shopping area and the property is very clean. No dogs allowed, probably because of the farm animals. The only complaint I have is the lady who helped me was not friendly and her tone of voice sounded like I was bothering her. I tried to be polite as I usually am, and even thanked her several times, and no response. I even tried smiling. Not sure why she wasn't friendly. I bought 2 very tiny pears and a tiny apple, so cute. The cider donuts were yummy, very similar to the others I had in the past. The peanut butter cookies were good but because the bottom was slightly burnt, the burnt flavor over powered the peanut butter flavor there were soft and air tight sealed in the bag. I haven't tried the caramel apple yet. I looks messy because the caramel is stuck to the inside of the bag, when is unusual comparing to the candy apples that I have had in my lifetime. From looking at the bottom, maybe the caramel is too funny?
  • a 4 hour drive for us, but something we choose annually; the best tasting fresh cider I've had since my youth in Michigan.

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