Bauman's Apple Butter - 9oz
Bauman's started in 1892 when John W. Bauman purchased a cider press and operated it with the steam engine in his carriage manufacturing shop. Soon he began cooking apple butter for farmers of the community. They called it "lattwaerrick" in the Pennsylvania German dialect. Before long John Bauman's apple butter business had replaced his carriage shop. As satisfied customers spread the word the business has continued to grow since the turn of the century. Now in the third generation Bauman's Apple Butter factory is still a family operation in the Nineteenth Century village of Sassamansville. This apple butter is the perfect blend of local apples and spices.