Finest Quality Irish Ciders

 

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 sweet apple flavour on the palate followed by citrus and woody notes derived from the bittersweet and Jonagored apples used as the base ciders. This carbonated cider is best enjoyed as a refreshing thirst quencher, chilled to 7 degrees (watch the ice – whilst it will maintain the chill it can conceal the full flavour!).

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A classic cider that draws on the tannic bittersweet heritage of Dabinett & Michelin apple varieties grown in Laois and Waterford orchards. Crisp, puckering with a gentle astringency softened by the fresh eating apple juice used to back sweeten complete the cider; if your palate veers to the dry, this is the one for you.

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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 because there’s less alcohol (1.5% ABV) it doesn’t mean that the character or complexity of the drink has to suffer. Very light in colour, this sparkling drink possesses great apple flavour with naturally occurring fermentation esters reminiscent of lemon. This is a reflection of the fact that the cider is drawn entirely from eating apple varieties and in particular Jonagored.

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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 slightly chilled aperitif or it also performs excellently as an accompaniment to cheese or desserts.

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