Comes in a 750 ml bottle, with some sediment. Single varietal, from Redstreak apples. Pale orange in colour, with a fresh, fruity aroma.
Tangy, sharp fruit flavour, with tannic bitterness in the aftertaste, and only a touch of oak.
Surprising lack of oak for a Ross-on-Wye cider, and this may make it less challenging for many. Quite drinkable, though a little gadsy, and not as complex as is normal for this cidery.
Reviewed on 23 Mar 2018