With the new Premier League season now under way, we take a look at the incomings at Fetch The Drinks during the summer. Although the transfer window has slammed shut, there is no need to worry as the market is still open for all our customers and now is the perfect time to sample one of our new products ahead of the August Bank Holiday.
Although a strong product list has already been assembled at Fetch The Drinks, we are always looking to develop the options for our customers and feel the below dry, medium and sweet cider, along with a perry are the perfect blend for the new season. Paul Ross, the producer of Downside Perry has already stated that with enough “hard work and dedication, I could make the best perry in the world”, with that attitude his produce is a welcome addition!
COTSWOLD CIDER CO.
With a number of Rory Souter products already on the books at Fetch The Drinks, the opportunity to add further depth to this line could not be overlooked. With the additional strength and the depth of another dry, medium and sweet cider from the Cotswold Cider Co. we feel we have all basis covered for all consumer tastes.
In honour of nature’s voodoo wizardry, converting pulped-up bittersweet sugars to dry, golden nectar – the alchemy of fermentation beguiles our senses, perfectly represented by this this dry, cloudy, tannic real cider – pure natural magic.
Twisted kicks of bittersweet cider apple give this medium cider that freaky feel. Through the depths of cloudy apple goodness, the freak reveals itself to the echoes of a distant past, to real cider’s glory days.
A sassy cider temptress, loaded with innocent, cloudy-apple sweetness. A tender bite leads on to satisfying fruity tingle, but beware the sting in the tail.
100% hand picked late season fruit is fermented for many months in stainless steel with oak staves for a unique taste. Paul Ross is a small producer from Somerset focussing purely on quality and has created two delicious products, his perry and his dry cider.
Although small in production size, Downside Perry should not be overlooked this season.