Do you or someone you know have wild apple trees?
Or perhaps you know where there are wild apple trees on PEI?
We are looking for apple trees that are hardly ever picked. Some Islanders call them winter apples. They are have no title, no fancy marketing name and they are not really for eating.
We actually call these apples ‘Nomads’. They are free, tough, adapted to their natural environment and they grow where they please. These are the same stubborn wild apples that hung on after Hurricane Dorian.
AND THESE WILD APPLES MAKE VERRRRY GOOD CIDER.
We are Double Hill Cidery, the Caledonia-based company that makes our Nomad Cider from local wild apples.
Our authentic and crave-worthy cider is still available in liquor stores but our wild apple inventories are getting low especially after the hurricane.
THIS IS WHERE YOU COME IN.
If you have a wild apple tree or know where on PEI we could find apples still on the trees, fill out our form below.
Just for filing out our form, you could WIN 1-OF-3 PRIZE PACKS that includes a $50 gift certificate to Hopyard where you can enjoy our delicious cider while dining, plus get inspired to cook at home with a copy of the Flavours of Prince Edward Island recipe book! Draw date November 8th, 2019.