Bronze colour, with a fruity aroma combining plum and grape must.
Dry, astringent, with citrus tones, including some zest, and a little nectarine in the aftertaste. Sour plum finish.
Not remotely sessionable, this is a sipping cider, to be drunk like port or sloe gin. Some will find the combination of the sour and the dryness off-putting, but the rich flavours save it for me. This went very well with a drippingly-ripe camembert.
Reviewed on 06 Oct 2018