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"A cleaner, fresher cider made from fully ripe, hand-picked Rubens and Bramley apples from Kent which are then fermented in stainless steel tanks at the winery using our Bacchus wine yeast to preserve the aromatic, delicate, crisp flavour.

A premium cider drawing inspiration from winemaking and made from 100% Kent apples with no added concentrates or water. "
  • Curious Apple cider
  • Curious Apple glass
Curious Apple 24btl Case

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THE PERFECT SERVE

Gently carbonated and extremely refreshing, we recommend serving Curious Apple over plenty of ice with a slice of cucumber and sprig of mint.
A great alternative to a white wine spritzer or a classic gin and tonic.



THE CURIOUS BACKGROUND TO CURIOUS APPLE

"Having tasted a large number of ciders on the market I had come to the conclusion that I wasn’t a big fan of cider! There are generally considered to be two main types of cider; the first being commercial ciders made from 30% juice, enriched with concentrates and sweeteners and diluted with water. Although often sickly sweet and synthetic, they are often technically very clean tasting. The second are artisan ciders made from single apple varieties, no added water and all about the provenance, however these are often let down by the lack of available technology.
My objective became to combine the two techniques to create a hand-crafted quality cider using the advanced technology available and guess what...I’ve now found a cider I love!"

Josh Donaghay-Spire

Chapel Down winemaker turned Curious Apple cidermaker

24 Cans/Bottle Case
£36.00
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THE PERFECT SERVE
Gently carbonated and extremely refreshing, we recommend serving Curious Apple over plenty of ice with a slice of cucumber and sprig of mint.
A great alternative to a white wine spritzer or a classic gin and tonic.


THE CURIOUS BACKGROUND TO CURIOUS APPLE
"Having tasted a large number of ciders on the market I had come to the conclusion that I wasn’t a big fan of cider! There are generally considered to be two main types of cider; the first being commercial ciders made from 30% juice, enriched with concentrates and sweeteners and diluted with water. Although often sickly sweet and synthetic, they are often technically very clean tasting. The second are artisan ciders made from single apple varieties, no added water and all about the provenance, however these are often let down by the lack of available technology.
My objective became to combine the two techniques to create a hand-crafted quality cider using the advanced technology available and guess what...I’ve now found a cider I love!"
Josh Donaghay-Spire
Chapel Down winemaker turned Curious Apple cidermaker

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