Made from late harvested Cox’s Orange Pippin apples left until mid-November to ripen as long as possible. With cidermaking, you want the fruit to ripen past the point when you would enjoy eating the fruit. Pressed at peak sugar and complexity of flavour, these apples have produced an extremely drinkable cider.
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