The Cider is made in the traditional way, using a rack and cloth
press. Apple is pulped and wrapped in strong cloths, sandwiched
between slatted wooden racks to produce a stack known as a
‘cheese’, which is then pressed.
In the Autumn the apples are harvested by hand to ensure only
the best fruit is used.
All the fruit comes from local Somerset orchards, including
my own trees, the Cider is then matured in Oak barrels as the
influence of the Oak on Cider creates a stronger, deeper flavour.