Adam takes his glass globe trotting again and winds up in the Ukraine
A trip to a remarkable cidery leaves Adam believing in magic.
Adam tastes the latest vintage of Ross on Wye’s flagship next to its predecessor.
Adam tastes through the range of a Cornish producer new to him. And finds wonderful things …
Adam investigates a producer from the place in which he probably had his first full juice ciders.
Adam makes the case for French cider (again) and tastes a couple of outliers.
Chris and James taste a quartet of Tremlett’s Bitters.
Adam makes the Kase for Keeves
Adam examines the spectrum of intervention in full juice cider and, via 10 ciders from Wilding and The Newt, suggests it needs to be discussed with more nuance.
Adam loses the plot and reviews an (amazing) eight-year-old Eden ice cider in iambic pentameter.