DITCH THE BOXSETS 2, JOIN A LIVE TASTING ON JUNE 5TH 2020 – “WHAT IS ICE CIDER?”
TASTING 100% JUICE CIDERS IN THE CELLAR WITH THE MAKER
Here’s something different to do in lockdown!
- A fun event and a great tasting with education thrown in!
- You’ll never taste cider in the same way again!
- An on-line tasting of ice ciders served by Michelin-starred restaurants across Europe…
- A fascinating journey to the northern reaches of Sweden…
- Your invitation to visit the most northerly cidery in the world, close by the arctic circle, where these award-winning ciders are crafted…
- A captivating tasting by Andreas Sundgren, Master Cidermaker at Brannland, direct from his Swedish cider cellar
Cider Is Wine – the quality mark for 100% juice not-from-concentrate ciders follows on from its successful launch spending an evening with Andreas Sundgren, Founder and Cidermaker – from the cellar on June 5th @ 6.30pm with a unique on-line event via Zoom.
Real cider is made just like wine – fermented not brewed, made exclusively from apples and aged for quality – in fact the processes to make 100% apple content ciders can be compared directly to winemaking.Learn what ice-cider is, the intricacies and precision of how it is made, with Andreas who created and sold software up until 2009.
It’s a fascinating journey.
To join this entertaining and educational event, simply get in touch (see 3 steps, below) and you’ll receive 3 outstanding bottles (see below) at a special launch price, with free contactless delivery included.
A great way to learn about – and appreciate – these special ciders in the same way as wine: we’re confident that it will change your view of cider for ever.
What are we tasting?
- Brännland Just Cider 75cl: £5.00
- Brännland Pernilla 2017 75cl: £6.00
- Brännland Ice Cider 375ml: £20.00
Event Discount / NHS Charity Donation: £5.00
THE PRICE YOU PAY Inc NHS Donation: £44.99 OR Net of discount: £39.99
*UK ONLY **MUST BE VALIDATED OVER 18
Sign Up in 3 Simple Steps
1) Direct message us with your email address via Instagram, Facebook, Eventbrite and request to join the event before 1st June (so that we can get the bottles sent to you in time)
2) You’ll then get a request for payment (via PayPal or debit/credit card) for the 3 bottle tasting pack and a Zoom invite.
3) Log on and listen to Andreas, Alistair & Roddy introduce the ciders and take you through the cider tastings!
How do you taste on-line?
• Simple – join the Zoom meeting, have your bottles and glasses at hand and your ready to taste.
Can we have some food?
• Sure, just prepare what you’d like to eat and have it ready in time for the tasting.
What if I like them and want more?
• That’s simple too – order online at www.cideriswine.co.uk where you’ll find a great selection and lots of information and advice, too.
How long do these ciders keep?
• Ciders are great for keeping and, once opened, they easily last for 3-7 days, depending on the style.
Consumers have been impressed:
o “What a revelation – I never knew that ciders could be made like this”
o “Thanks, you’ve ruined the wine tasting for me, because these ciders are so good”
o “I never realised that ciders could be drunk instead of wine”
o “These are nothing like the ciders I remember”
o “It’s weird – it’s like wine, but it’s cider!”
o “Cider is as good as wine – maybe even better than wine”
As have Masters of Wine, Journalists and those in the know:
o “A revelation” Joanna Simon, describing Brännland Ciders (June 2019)
o “This is a really good initiative” Oz Clarke (November 2019)
o “Cider just isn’t cider any more – one of the most astonishing, eye-opening tastings this year” Peter Richards MW (April 2019)
o “Goodness, this has changed my mind that ciders can be made just like wine” Tim Atkin (November 2019)
o “[Ciders] like wine can’t help but tell the story of who made it, where, and the flavour of each unique apple variety” Olly Smith (July 2019)
o “I think my customers will be thrilled by these ciders” Restaurateur (June 2019)
o “Previously I would never have given any cider the time of day” Trade Buyer (May 2019)
o “Who really knew that ciders could taste like this?” Sommelier (May 2019)