Starting with indigenous Asturian apples picked from selected orchards, this tasty natural cider is a perfect example of traditional Asturian ways and methods of cidermaking.
The presence of sediments in the bottom of the bottle is entirely normal as the cider has not undergone any kind of filtration process. Indeed, it’s recommended that, before opening, the bottle is turned upside down and gently shaken to break up and distribute any such sediments.
Amber coloured with a nose of clean, fresh, ripe apples, this is a well-balanced dry and refreshing cider with plenty of body and taste.
Seafood, shellfish, charcuterie and all types of tapas and hors d’oeuvres.