This cider is completely dry as in Brut dry champagne, (not as in ‘Brut’ cider from Normandy which I consider relatively sweet). It is a cider which easily replaces dry white wine with a meal, or for enjoying on its own. The lack of sweetness allows the more delicate apple fruitiness to come to the fore. Despite being dry, careful blending of the right apple varieties gives a cider which is not actually sour, but has rather a refreshing acidity just right to carry the flavours.
Brewer: Llewellyn’s Orchard/ Double L
Alcohol Content: 5.5%