Made from dessert apples, not bittersweet cider apples, this was a challenging project that required a long period for the cider to settle, but after about a year in bottle, the result has been very worthwhile.
It could be described as an eastern counties style cider, more akin to a white wine than a traditional tannic cider blend and, although bottled bone dry, it has developed a bit of sweetness in the bottle as it has matured.
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