We made this cider on a whim in 2014: we were standing in front of the newly-expanded rhubarb patch, wondering if we could make a delicious rhubarb cider. The answer was "no." Then we remembered the cherry syrup we had in the freezer as a result of 2013's bumper crop that Gretchen got tired of pitting. You know how that turned out. We love to share this cider with folks who think it'll be just another too-sweet fruit cider. Instead, they get a delicately-flavored cider that tastes of apples, tart cherries and rhubarb that's definitely not too sweet.