If there's anything most of us are tired of this winter, it's bone-chilling cold. Ice cider was invented in Quebec in the 1990s. That's when Eleanor Leger, a Vermonter, and her husband, Albert, a Canadian, were sipping apple liqueur in Montreal, and wondering, "Why doesn't anybody make this ...

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