This place is by me and makes amazing cider. I prefer their bottle conditioned sparkling stuff but the still ciders are good too. I liked their oaked dry ciders immensely. Do you tend towards sweet or dry? I would never pour their stuff over ice any more than I would wine, it's definitely well made. Although I think all English style ciders kind of taste of ass so not a fan of those generally. At least the american ones labeled "English style" that I've tried.1. I have since found that the Quebec provincial liquor stores (SAQ) carries a couple of types of flat (non-sparkling) cider, which are indeed quite good. Also found that the 'Big Apple' outlet along the 401 had a flat cider, but it was oak aged and the oak taste was kind of nasty unless you poured the cider over ice.
If I recall Canada has kind of draconian liquor shipping laws, so this may be inaccessible to you.