The pour is a slightly hazy amber with light effervescence. I think it is a chill haze (i.e. pectin). The aroma is apple with some phenolic tannins. The taste is semi-sweet apple. It is sweet forward over tart or bitter. The finish is medium and astringent with some acid. I quite enjoy it. The mouthfeel is medium and the tannins are smooth.
Deep, rich colour, and a tangy apple aroma herald a tart, fruity cider. They say that they back-sweeten the sharp dry cider with the unfermented Dabinett juice, giving it a dry finish, but a sweeter apple flavour at first taste. Really enjoyed this. Just that little bit different, and I would recommend this.