Cider refers to one of Finland's popular beverages that is traditionally made from fermented apple or pear juice. Cider appears in many different tastes, from sweet to dry and its color can also vary from very dark and sludgy to clean and golden yellow, depending on how much of the apple pulp was removed between pressing and fermentation. Sparkling cider in the most popular kind, but there still version is also available. Cider is usually served chilled as a refreshing drink. Like Glogg or mulled wine, Cider may be also warmed up and mixed with various spices and fruits and may be serve at various Christmas celebrations and winter festivals.

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