Jose Angel Araguz Cider

Jose Angel Araguz Cider


Limited Edition of 24.

Erasure poem on locally made cider. 

"At the cider mill
apple peelings
friendly bees,
mockingbird sounds"

Drawn from section 33 of Walt Whitman's Song of Myself, this erasure was written with the vibe of Denniston Hill in mind as I experienced it during my residency in June 2017.

Whitman, one of the great early poets of New York State, seemed an apt source for a haiku-like statement that reflects the rich openness of the land where Denniston Hill is located.

- Artist Statement, José Angel Araguz , Denniston Hill Resident, 2017

The cider includes apples picked from Denniston Hill's heritage apple orchard and fermented by Andy Brennan of Aaron Burr Cider and is extremely dry with a briny, cherry taste that comes from the bitter, woody apples of one tree in our orchard. 

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