Making great cider starts with selecting the finest apples and the watchful eye of one of the world’s best cider-making families…
The Cidery is situated in the Orchard County of Armagh and this too, is the source of dessert and Bramley apples used to make Tempted Cider. Armagh Bramleys have earned Protected Geographical Indication status by the EU for their unique, sharp, clean taste. The Uprichards also source special cider apple varieties from Co.Tipperary. Only the best quality Irish apples get the opportunity to be in a bottle of Tempted.
Some flavours are meant to go together. This medium sweet cider is very light and fruity with distinctive tones of elderflower. Not overpowering, the elderflower matches beautifully with a light blend of apple juice to create an award winning cider.
Nose: Light, fruity notes with delicate elderflower undertones.
Palate: Subtle elderflower combines with floral cider. Hints of vanilla, juicy red apple and fresh elderflower blossom combine perfectly in this medium sweet.
Finish: Distinct but subtle elderflower tones perfectly with juicy red apple and leads to hints of delicate vanilla and warm apple pie. The taste of summer sunshine in a glass!