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Our Ghost Ship Two Farmers is made with a blend of apples from two Island orchards, one in Prince County and one in Kings County. A bright vinous apple nose and flaxen champagne colour open up to a complex, dry, comely cider. With creamy honey notes, a hint of caramel, and an oaky tannic finish, Two Farmers is the essence of the apple.
The Two Farmers went down November 7, 1837. Her master and owner John MacKay piloted the vessel from Richmond Bay, bound for Chaleur Bay, New Brunswick. It didn’t make it very far as the ship was totally lost on the eastern shoal at the entrance of New London Harbour together with her cargo consisting of grain, potatoes, and beef. Fortunately the entire crew was saved.