This cider is made from a blend of at least 11 vintage cider apples. It is then fermented in oak vats. To the pour, it is dark gold in colour, slightly cloudy, and has the aroma of wood and oak; Swilled gently in the glass it reminds you of autumn leaves, but there is no discernible scent of apple. To the taste, a smooth dry oaky taste with a rough apple wood support. Swilling in the mouth reveals the flavour of dry apples making it worth savouring every mouthful to bring out the best behind this cider. It is hard work, and this is not an easy drinking cider, but can be a rewarding experience.
This is a cider best served over ice if you want to make it more easy to drink.
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I’ve tried this cider and really enjoyed it. We have also had the Burrow Hill still cider box which is also good.