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.