Featuring the Tremlett's Bitter & Brown's apples; grown in the south Somerset parish of Haselbury Plucknett. It's off-dry cider, with aromas of caramel, a smooth white wine mouthfeel, delicate tannins & long after-taste.
The label was drawn in 1916 by the maker’s great-grandfather, as a fantasy journey, looking forward to a brave new world after the first world war. Fermented partly in burgundy & rum barrels. Alc. 5.5% vol.