The name’s Cider House. Spy Cider House. If you’re a lover of James Bond and booze, you’ll have to add this spot to your bucket list.
Known as both a cidery and distillery, there’s a little something for everyone who finds themself up in the Blue Mountain area.
While their unique name originated from the spy apple (not the noble Bond himself) you’ll still find nods to your beloved movies everywhere that will transport you into the film.
Some of their most famous drink names include Golden Eye, Never Say Never and their Double Agent flight.
For ciders, you can try multiple different types, including some with black currants and raspberry wine.
If you’re looking for something a bit harder, you can reach for their gins, vodka and brandy.
And if you’re having trouble choosing, there are so many flights that let you sample a little bit of everything. Flight prices range from $12 to $20.
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Once you’ve picked your drink of choice, you can head up to the loft area to enjoy it.
With leather couches and big open windows, you’ll feel like you’re hiding out in a ski chalet.
The company asks that you book tastings ahead of time, and can make reservations on their website.
However, Spy Cider House isn’t the only distillery worth visiting in Ontario.
Limited Distilling, located in Niagara, has multiple spirits to sample and is located in the same building as a vinyl record store.
Every Sunday, the space transforms into a Tiki Bar, where you can test out some of their tropical drinks.