This was the first cider recommended to me by a new cider enthusiast contact. It is also the first, I think, which I have ever had from Kent, despite the rich heritage of the county's orchards. And it is also a fruit-flavoured cider, which I'm not really a fan of. However, despite all the potential negatives, I am suitably impressed.
I have found most flavoured ciders to be oversweet and artificial, but the subtle berry flavours are perfectly balanced, and do not drown out the underlying apples. This is a berry cider for adults!
Kentish Pip describe this as an autumn cider, but this would be a refreshing drink on a warm summer's day, and I can equally imagine some people choosing this as a mulled cider on a winter's night.
Reviewed on 28 Jul 2017