South West Orchards - Craft Cider

South West Orchards - Craft Cider

Country of Origin


Key Information

Limited stock.

Made with fresh apple juice from a blend of the finest West Country Cider apples, such as Yarlington Mill, Harry's Master and Dabinett, plus a small amount of dessert apple to give the cider a fruity bite.

The cider is fermented under ambient conditions, and then allowed to mature naturally for at least 3 months.


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