Apple cider and apple juice are both made from apples, but there are some key differences between the two. Apple cider is made with the entire apple, including the skin, and is typically unpasteurized, leaving it with a slightly cloudy appearance. Apple juice, on the other hand, is made from the flesh of the apple, and is usually pasteurized. Apple cider is usually spicier and has a stronger flavor, while apple juice is more sweet and mild. Apple cider also has a higher acid content than apple juice, and is usually enjoyed cold. Apple juice is typically served cold or at room temperature.