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Kick off cider season with Thirsty Fox Cider

Welcome the apple cider season by ordering in a four-course meal specially curated by Sage & Saffron, a boutique catering and fine-dine service, that pairs perfectly with Thirsty Fox’s Izzy and Reed ciders.

Thirsty Fox Cider is celebrating World Cider Day with a special four-course meal pairing. World Cider Day on June 3 marks the start of the apple cider season. Curated by Chef Akshat Agarwal of Sage & Saffron, a boutique catering and fine-dine service, each course of the meal pairs perfectly with the craft ciders from Thirsty Fox Cider.

While Thirsty Fox Cider’s Izzy is a gluten-free golden cider with 6 per cent ABV, Reed is a vegan, ruby-red cider with 5.4 per cent ABV.


For starters, there’s beetroot and kale with pickled fennel, and nuts and seeds, avocado kimchi burrata sourdough toast and a mango and kiwi chia bowl. The main course offers options of wild mushroom lasagna and mushroom and chicken lasagna with garlic and rosemary crust. For dessert, there’s the chef’s special double chocolate chip brookies.

Each meal also includes a bottle each of Thirsty Fox’s Izzy (a gluten-free golden cider with 6 per cent ABV) and Reed (a vegan ruby-red cider with 5.4 per cent ABV).

Chef Akshat Agarwal of Sage & Saffron, a boutique catering and fine-dine service, has curated the special four-course meal which highlights the flavours and aroma of both Izzy and Reed perfectly.


Siddharth Sheth, Founder and CEO, Thirsty Fox Cider, said: “The aim of the menu was to highlight the aroma and flavour characteristics of each of our ciders and also the dishes paired with it. It was crafted in a way that every pairing allows for the natural flavours of both the food and cider to come alive, making for a delicious, sumptuous dining experience.”

The specially curated four-course meal will be on offer until June 13, priced at Rs 5,000 for two. Orders can be placed by calling 9136012030, although they have to be placed a day prior to delivery.



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