April Tasting Notes

Ciderniks

Ciderniks has been making ciders and Pure Apple Juice in the West Berkshire village of Kintbury since 2003. All of their ciders are made from 100% pure apple juice that they press in Kintbury. No other additives are used – no sulphites, no sweeteners, no water and no flavourings.

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St Pauls Cidery

St Pauls Cidery, a small cidery in St Pauls, Bristol, make vegan ciders. Unpasteurised and unfiltered, they have only been tested on consenting humans.

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West Milton Cider Company

Nick Poole started making cider in West Milton 12 years ago as a means to stop the family’s horses eating too many apples from the orchard.

Over the next 12 years Nick developed a keen interest in the traditional methods that produced a naturally sweeter cider. This process is known in England as keeving.

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Perrys Cider

Perry’s cider are a free thinking craft cider company that doesn’t like being constrained. In fact they only like making craft ciders as naturally and as simply as possible – using the very best fresh apples, small batch techniques, wild yeasts and 100% juice.

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Hoxton Cidersmiths

Hoxton Cidersmiths is a small, independent team of cider aficionados on a mission across land, sea and space in relentless pursuit to find the most unique, most inspiring and most interesting cider. They handpick the finest cider-makers to blend the highest quality juices possible for a discerning audience with a thirst for life, driven to make the world as enthusiastic about cider as we are.

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Angioletti

Angioletti is a premium sparkling Italian craft cider made from selected apples exclusively grown in the picturesque Italian dolomites. It is named after the founder’s beloved daughters, his ‘little angels’ or ‘angioletti’

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New Forest Cider

Their products are made in the traditional way using English apples from our own orchards. They also use Cider fruit from Somerset and Herefordshire.

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