The salty sea air doesn’t favour apple trees and so all of the apples that go into our Irish craft cider are bought from Irish farmers in the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford, Tipperary & Cork. We know these farmers personally and this ensures we understand the care with which these crops are nurtured and grown – a fact which is hugely important given it is our sole principal ingredient and we’re committed to producing a natural cider with integrity.
When the apples arrive our small team of traditional Irish cider makers wash and manually sort them, removing any which we consider over-ripe or damaged. This helps us in our goal to achieve a pristine pressed juice. We add a final ingredient, a naturally cultured champagne yeast which gives our Irish craft cider such a distinguished “nose” and smoothness on the pallet.
This is a classic cider. With a wonderful fresh apple juice aroma and effervescence that tickles the nose the cider gives an initial burst of...Read More
A classic cider that draws on the tannic bittersweet heritage of Dabinett & Michelin apple varieties grown in Laois and Waterford orchards. Crisp, puckering with...Read More
A crisp, light, almost Perry like cider which perfectly fits the bill for the designated driver or lunch time drink. Tobairín is evidence that just...Read More
A truly specialist cider. This a rich, opulent and viscous cider, dark in colour and possessing complex bittersweet flavours that can be consumed as a...Read More
Since the 16th century there has been an old Barry Clan fortified tower overlooking the cliffs of the mystical Nohoval Cove in Co. Cork, and today the surrounding ruins are testimony to the many things that have come and gone in the years since then. There has been one constant however, that has maintained local life throughout the centuries. This is the old stone well, a well which is in operation to this very day. Daniel and Geraldine Emerson, the current residents, created their first craft cider blend in 2010, and Stonewell Cider …Read More