Was fortunate to have this at Perry’s tasting room and to get a bottle back with me in the US to share with friends. II’ll admit that I still rank the Tremlett as my favorite but I do enjoy this one as well. It has the body and astringency you’d expect from a West Country Cider but also a nice touch of residual sweetness. A little cloudy and a little funk at the end but definitely worth finding if you like a cider with body and especially if you’re in the mood for something a little sweet.
Made from Redstreak and Dabinett cider apples from a single orchard.
Hazy amber, with a lightly fruity aroma and copper tones.
Tangy and sweet with a ripe apple character, and a little funk in the aftertaste.
Pleasant and well-made.
Just had the still version.
Even better. Caramel flavour enhanced.
Slight haze, mild ish fizz and copper colour.
Aroma is entirely off ripe sweet apples.
Flavour of apple with light caramel.
Slightly sweet with a little tang and a little funk.