I must say this cider is really tasty and refreshing and i like something that is around the 6% range.
You should try it with some ice out in the garden (weather permitting lol) i was lucky when i got to try it that it was a lovely day outside and my hubby and myself got to enjoy a nice glass out in the sunshine complete with ice and a slice.
It has been a long time since i have enjoyed cider alot in the market nowadays just taste the same and it gets quite boring so it was lovely to be able to sample something that made me enjoy again.
Celtic Marches pride themselves on producing quality products with an abundance of heritage and a story behind it and Abrahall’s cider is no different. The name Abrahall can be traced back to the family behind the Celtic Marches brand in the 16th Century and upon looking at the family coat of arms, the founder Susan Vaughan spotted something quite interesting.
“I came across three hedgehogs with the words ‘He who touches me beware or repent’ and it got me thinking about these wonderful little creatures, friend to both farmer and gardener, the hedgehog theme was further cemented by evidence that the Celts called the Southern Marches the land of the Hedgehog. It gives us great pleasure to dedicate our first cider to the Abrahall family and their friend the hedgehog.”
Celtic Marches sell more than just Cider Among the range are,
Oh and of course i can not forget
There is plenty more to been seen so head on over to the Celtic Marches to check them out.
Now on to the competition Celtic Marches have very kindly offered you the change to win 1 of 3 cases of 12 x 500ml of this great tasting cider.
Good luck to everyone
1 more thing please excuse the writing on here my blogger seems to think it is a good idea to now keep changing the font and size all over the place,and i am having problems uploading pictures lol