Our cider is made in small batches, reflecting the hand-crafted nature of our products. As with any natural product the harvest can be a little different every year, as can the subtle properties of the apples from any given tree. As a result, we place an emphasis on this annual character by stating the vintage of every cider we make. They are generally fermented to dry, as we try to let nature takes its course with minimal intervention. While all our ciders are produced in relatively limited quantity, some experimental ciders are especially limited. Any ciders listed as being limited edition were generally made to 20 or 30 litres in total. Below is a list of currently available ciders.
A medium perry made with one of the most common Mostbirne varietes in Baden-Württemberg, the Schweizer Wasserbirne.
330ml: €3.95 / 750ml: €8,95
2016 Dabinett & 2017 Michelin from Tempted Cider in Northern Ireland, blended with Kertelreiter Lacrimae Mundi 2019. A meeting of ciders from two traditions, tannin & acid-led, coming together to create depth & flavour.
An Craobh Airgid
Irish for “the Silver Branch”, a mythical object with white apple blossom that was a gateway to the otherworld. In this case, An Craobh Airgid is a dry cider aged nine months in a traditional oak cider barrel, with further ageing on toasted apple wood.
Highway to Hüll
A bottle-conditioned dry cider, aged nine months in a traditional
oak cider barrel then dry-hopped with Hüll Melon hops for added
spice and fruitiness.
A wild-fermented single variety dry cider. Jonagold is one of the best known apple varieties around today, and with good reason. The apples are juicy, aromatic and have a sweet-sour taste. But do they make a good cider? We think so!
A blend of oak-aged cider and quince wine, resulting in this highly aromatic, sparkling cider with notes of tropical fruits and a refreshing, pleasant acidity.
A lightly sparking quince wine, refreshingly tart with
the signature heady perfume of natural quince.
The tears of the world. A dry cider aged in a former Cabernet Sauvignon Barrique. High acidity combined with oaky tannins.