Farm to Syrups : Cheong (Korean Fruit Syrups) & Sweets with Olivia Yi $35

  • June 15, 2024 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Twin Star Orchards

    155 North Ohioville Road
    New Paltz, New York 12561
Ticket Price $37.97 This event is now over

Don't miss this unique opportunity to make your own Cheong, a traditional Korean fruit preserve with Olivia Yi, Brooklyn Cider House's Assistant Cidermaker. She has spent the last couple months in Korea learning the art of Cheong and Korean ferments from her family who has been making Cheong for the past 20 years. Discover the art of Cheong-making using Twin Star Orchard grown strawberry and learn about its significance in Korean culinary heritage. During the class, you'll taste Cheong at different stages of aging, from 2 months to five years, and a special 15-year-old plum Cheong. As a special treat, you'll also indulge in Gaeseong Juak, a rice flour donut enjoyed in the Korean palace during the Joseon Dynasty, filled with delicious Cheong. 

**General Admission Tickets to the Market & Tasting must be purchased separately.

Date & Time

Sat, Jun 15, 2024 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Venue Details

Twin Star Orchards

155 North Ohioville Road
New Paltz, New York 12561 Twin Star Orchards
Twin Star Orchards, home of Brooklyn Cider House

At Twin Star Orchards, we use one simple ingredient to make our Brooklyn Cider House ciders – apples. So the structure, aromas, mouth feel, and any residual sugar are definitively tied to the quality of our apples. This is why our work begins on our farm. All of our ciders are made from freshly harvested apples, fermented in stainless steel tanks, and aged between two to eighteen months. We encourage wild yeast and microbes to leave their regional mark on all but one of our ciders, often with a boost from white wine yeast. We make our ciders with minimal intervention and strive for balance, depth of structure, and a lively acidity that begs to be paired with food.