Äppelwoi refers to Germany's apple wine, particularly from the Federal Statee of Hessen. Hessen's most popular drink is apple wine, a type of cider with an alcohol content of 5 to 6 %. It tastes dry and is drunk neat, sweetened with lemonade or "sour" with mineral water.

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