DUSKIN PURE APPLE JUICE - Bramley - Apple Juice

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DUSKIN PURE APPLE JUICE - Bramley
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Bramley - sharp. A breath of fresh air!

Bramley's Seedling is another English purebred dating back to 1809-13, the first tree having been raised by a Miss Mary Anne Brailsford in a cottage garden in Nottinghamshire.

The same tree was in the ownership of Mr Bramley, the local butcher, when it was admired by Henry Merriweather around 1857, and it thereafter rose in popularity.

The Bramley is known foremost as a cooking apple, but it also becomes a sharp eating apple once home stored for a few months.

They take the juice early on in its season and it has a committed following from those who often find apple juice rather sweet.



Category(s):     Fruit Juice
Group(s):     Apple Flavoured
Producer: Duskin
Brand:   Duskin

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Duskin Farm is a small family farm in a fold of the North Downs near Canterbury, Kent. Andrew and Jenny Helbling started making apple juice over twenty five years ago, and despite growing production significantly over the years, have struggled to keep pace with demand ever since.
What is their secret? Why do the juices, which are sold by each variety, taste so good? It is well known that the temperate East Kent climate favours the slow ripening of apples of all varieties. And crucially, the Duskin production process aims to preserve their carefully nurtured flavour. The labour intensive, low temperature pasteurisation process aims to retain the delicate compounds that contain a wealth of aromas and flavours.
The juices provide an intriguing alternative to alcohol. Indeed the joys of the different varieties often inspire wine-like descriptions such as, a delightful rose with an amusing presence. With no added sugars or preservatives except a dash of Vitamin C, Duskin Apple Juice is as natural as can be.

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