A single variety, naturally-fermented cider, made from the splendidly-named Harry Master's Jersey apple. This heritage variety is not often used, due to its low juice yield, but is valued by a handful of producers for its flavour.
Pungent, slightly sulphurous aroma. The flavour is bitter and dry, but not unpleasant, with some funk, and a mellow tannic finish.
Reviewed on 04 Sep 2017