If you haven’t gotten your hands on the new Del’s Apple Cider yet, you may have to wait.

The people have spoken. Del’s Apple Cider is so delicious that many Del’s locations are already running out of its brand-new flavor, proving Del’s may have just struck gold with its twist on a fall classic.

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Del's Introduces Frozen Apple Cider

On September 15th, Del’s proved that they aren’t just a summer fling when it introduced frozen Apple Cider. Described as having undertones of honey crisp apple, it’s the perfect way to ease your way into the fall season.

And in just one week, Del’s was forced to make an unfortunate announcement.

“Del’s Customers, we are so excited about the response to our new Fall Flavor. Apple Cider has been so popular that unfortunately, many locations have run out of stock,” said Del’s on Monday. “We would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused if you went out to try our new flavor and were not able to.”

The business shared that it has been busy making more Apple Cider Del’s mix and hopes to restock the following locations as soon as possible:

Oaklawn Ave



North Kingstown





East Providence

Post Rd. Warwick

Warwick Ave.



West Warwick

So, it’s good news and bad news. The good news is there is more supply on the way. The bad news is you may just have to wait a little longer.

But honestly, all good things are worth waiting for, right?

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