Cold Hollow Cider Mill Vermont

Topshop Cable Knit Hat

Can't tell you how many times this fall I've made the (very serious) joke of saying "will stop for doughnuts" during vacations. Because I have and I will. You never pass up a chance at homemade, warm, cider doughnuts. Never.


Cold Hollow Cider Mill
HM Cable Knit Sweater
Barbour: Beadnell Jacket / HM: Cable Knit Sweater (similar here) / AG: White Skinny Jeans / LL Bean: Bean Boots / Topshop: Cable Knit Hat (old; similar here and here) / Nars: Red Lipstick 

When we were in Vermont last weekend, we stumbled across a cider mill on our way to a brewery one day and I told Andrew we would should stop by the next day. There was a big sign that said "cider doughnuts" and how am I supposed to say no?

It was raining on and off the morning we went so it was the perfect thing to do inside. The place was sooooo cute! It was like a little farm shop with all local Vermont products: food, crafts, jelly -- everything. 

We walked around some and then stumbled on the back of the mill where they were making the cider. Such a fun and interesting process to see (they literally crush all the apples until the juice stops coming out). They also had a little taster station and -- omg -- it was the best cider I've ever tasted. 

Of course we also happened to pick up a half dozen doughnuts and some fresh warm cider for the day which were also amazing. Vermont was so chilly that weekend so it was nice to have something to warm me up!

Not pictured was how many times I wore this sweater. It was just so soft and chunky I honestly wore it all weekend. It was the perfect shield of warm paired with myBarbour jacket for the cold days and colder nights. Plus it just looks so dang cute! It's runs super big though so just be aware! I'm wearing a small and it's still oversized on me. 


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