Cidre Poire refers to a cider made from pear from the Normandy Region of France. As its name suggest Poire means Pear, Cidre Poire is a pear liqueur,  but is in fact closer to the Champagne drink. It has a suprising finesse and light body.

Cider Poire  is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of pears and Normandy is one of the predominant Region in France which is producing French cidre.

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