Hazy, pale golden, with an aged oak aroma, and an edge of funk.
Tart and astringent initially, but not as dry as expected. The aftertaste is more mellow, with a sour plum edge, becoming herbal, with a light straw and sweet funk finish.
Complex and distinctive. The sourness is not overpowering, and this is not as dry as many Yorkshire ciders. Quite a satisfying cider, if not exactly sessionable. Nice for a change from the mainstream.
Reviewed on 08 Nov 2018