May 24, 2020

Two K Farms’ Cider Sangria

Bottoms Up
By Lynda Wheatley | Sept. 14, 2019

For those who like sangria and cider but loathe too much sweetness, one-year-old Two K Farms’ cidery and winery have the answer: a crisp, lightly sweet yet somehow fruit-forward cider sangria of which we can’t get enough. (Literally, we had our first glass last Saturday afternoon, and returned Sunday morning for more. It’s that good.) A subtly bubbly low-alcohol — 5.3% ABV — apple elixir with notes of tropical fruit, berries, and ginger, this stuff slides down so easily that stopping at one glass seems inconceivable. Lucky then for those driving that Two K also offers ultra-convenient six-packs ($13.99) you can haul home for later. Find the place — complete with big views, outdoor patio, campfire, and kid toys — at 3872 SW Bay Shore Dr., just south of Suttons Bay. (231) 866-4265,


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