Made from 100% fresh juice, naturally fermented and cellar aged for between 6 months and two years before bottling, this cider is live and unpasteurised, with no added sulphites. The apples are picked from a mature standard orchard that’s grazed by sheep, but otherwise left to grow wild. Located on the Wales / Shropshire border it contains many varieties that traditionally are grown in this area, including Hereford Redstreak, Bloody Butcher, Morgan sweet and Brown Snout.
These fine old bittersweet varieties combine to make a very complex cider rich and deep in flavour – a truly great expression of our native wine.
Welsh Mountain Borders Bittersweet is gluten free and vegetarian and vegan friendly.
WELSH MOUNTAIN CIDER ON TV & IN THE PRESS
See ITV: James Martin’s “Islands To Highlands – Mid Wales” Series 1 – Episode 9
“Best cider in Wales. Perhaps the world” Joe Wadsack, BBC Drinks Expert
“Cider still has a bad reputation… but there’s some good stuff out there – the best I’ve had is from Welsh Mountain Cider.” James Martin, Chef & Broadcaster