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With a glorious view, a cosy bar and a beautiful sun deck, Ty Gwyn in the beautiful Golden Valley offer a relaxed cider experience. They hold regular tours, talks and tastings where you can view their rare cider belt press and mill. Open Wednesday to Sunday enjoy the cider of your choice knowing it has been made the traditional way
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Dragons Den Jo Hilditch’s chic and versatile British Cassis liqueur is produced on her farm estate in Lyonshall for their White Heron Drinks company, where groups can tour and taste
to follow the whole production process, from the blackcurrant fields through to the stylish bottling. This perfect party beverage is delicious as a mixer in champagnes and Prosecco, cocktails and as an elegant side to after dinner coffee. In various sized bottles it’s the perfect gift or personal treat to take home.
Want to know about the history of Herefordshire cider then pop across to the iconic Weston’s Cider visitor centre in Much Marcle. Have the full tour and taste experience and discover the craft of cider making at the family owned mill with their original museum through to the current factory. Then take a break in their rustic tearoom or enjoy some home cooked food in The Scrumpy House restaurant before raiding the site shop.
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1 Cider Museum 2 Hops 3 British Cassis
4 Tom Oliver 5 Westons Cider Shop 6 Jo Hilditch 7 Frome Valley Vineyard 8 Westons Cider
9 Alex of Ty Gwyn Cider
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