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  1. Abrahalls - AD

    Abrahalls - AD

    6.5% - Dry

    Skillfully crafted, this still dry cider is well rounded and easy to drink. It’s produced on Celtic Marches Herefordshire farm and made from 100% apples. Learn More
  2. Butford - Medium Dry
    Produced by Martin Harris; a Yorkshireman who moved to Herefordshire to start an organic smallholding. Finding that this included an orchard Martin started to make cider and now produces some of the most delightful organic ciders. This cider is delicately flavoured with a tiny bit of the mouth drying astringency which makes this a good medium dry cider: it is eminently drinkable. Learn More
  3. Chants - Badgers Spit
    Chant’s (ex -Naish's) Cider has been made at Piltown Farm, West Pennard - near the Glastonbury Festival site in Somerset, for 200 years. Their Badgers Spit is a hazy gold, well-balanced and a mouth puckeringly dry cider with a tart finish. Learn More
  4. Crossman's - Medium Dry
    This award winning traditional cider is made with bittersweet apples such as Michelin, Fredericks, Stoke Red, Yarlington Mill and Dabinetts. The cider is naturally fermented, unfiltered and smooth tasting. Learn More
  5. Hogans - Panking Pole
    A dry Warwickshire cider, which gets its name from the long pole used in the orchard to shake the cider apple harvest from the trees. This is a classic golden cloudy cider with a typical cider apple bitterness and fruit aromas. Dry on the palate, its complex flavours deliver a strong finish. Learn More
  6. May's Cider - Medium Dry
    A full flavoured medium dry Herefordshire cider with a wonderful fruity aroma. Well balanced in taste and rich in apple flavours. Made from 100% fresh pressed cider apple juice with no added concentrate. Learn More
  7. Moorlands Farm - Medium Dry
    A medium sweet, still cider made from a blend of apple varieties. A crisp, clean, natural medium sweet cider with a modern taste. Learn More
  8. Pure North - Deanhouse Dry
    Deanhouse Dry is a refreshing dry cider which is clean on the palate. It is produced using sharp and bitter sharp cider fruit, with the addition of eating apples from the gardens in Deanhouse near Holmfirth Learn More
  9. Ross On Wye - Dry

    Ross On Wye - Dry

    6.5% - Dry

    Ross-on-Wye Medium still Herefordshire cider is produced only with apple juice and natural sugar. Cider has been made at Broome Farm by the Johnson family for over 80 years. There are now over 80 varieties of cider apples growing on the farm enabling the creation of individual blends of quality cider.Made from bittersweet cider apples, this still Herefordshire cider is oak matured and well balanced.A true product of the Herefordshire countryside. Learn More
  10. Sandford Orchards - Old Kirton
    A still Devon cider, and quite dry. An extremely traditional cider pressed through straw, really good with strong cheese or fatty meats, and superb as a cooking cider. Straw pressing is a craft which is hanging on in very few places, but not to be bettered according to the purists. Learn More
  11. Twister Cider - Desert Dry
    There is not enough water in the Thames to bring back your taste buds once you’ve sipped on Desert Dry and you wouldn’t want to either as this pure taste will always get you coming back for more. Produced from a mixture of bittersharp and sharp cider apples for the ultimate flavour, Desert Dry can be enjoyed with many food dishes or just with the sun on your face. Learn More
  12. W M Watkins - Twisted Oak
    A dry, still cider made in Wales using a blend of apple varieties and matured in oak casks to create a delicate dry natural cider with plenty of tannins. Learn More