Nope, nothing else, just the fresh cider, sugar, and yeast. I'm going to go take a sample now and I'll get back to you all on taste, smell, and gravity
Edit: Gravity at 1.02, down from 1.064: almost 69%
Taste is sweet apple, smell is about the same
Recipe was actually from an Apfelwine recipe in the wiki here I am pretty sure: mix the sugar and cider, add yeast, walk away. No heat, no pectic enzyme.
The fun part is, as stated above, this is my first attempt at a cider, so I really don't know what I should be tasting at this point, guess I will just hope it is from something in the fresh pressed(yet pasteurized) cider and hope I don't get sick.
I will post again on it in another 2 weeks or so after a second sample, and any further pix.
Would racking to another 5 gallon carboy be advised(no real way to purge of O2 though) in case this is some kind of infection?
Keep the thoughts coming