Happy St Davids Day – celebrate with a Welsh Cider!

Want to celebrate St Davids day the right way? Well you have come to the right place with Fetch The Drinks working with two fantastic Welsh producers and seven ciders to choose from!

Gwynt Y Ddraig

A Welsh farmhouse cider – shaped by the elements and made traditionally using freshly pressed fruit. The first Gwynt Y Ddraig cider was produced in 2001 on their South Wales farm, starting just as a hobby it soon become something much more serious.

Placing flavour and quality at the core, their range is still produced traditionally and is now world renowned, popping in 7 countries. You don’t have to leave the UK to get your hands on it though, with four of the best available at Fetch The Drinks!

Black Dragon (7.2%): The legendary black dragon. Rich in colour, body and flavour with a fresh fruity aroma.

Dog Dancer (6.5%): A smooth crisp cider with a light straw colour. A medium dry, slightly sharp characteristic.

Happy Daze (4.5%): Who can resist a light, bright, fruity glass of Happy Daze? A very easy to drink medium cider.

Two Trees Perry (4.5%): A pale fruity perry with an aroma of fruit and a hint of honey on the plate.

Hallets Cider

Based at Blaengawney Farm, Hallets have take the old traditional methods of cider making from fresh cider apples and applied a new philosophy to their production, stealing a few techniques from wine makers along the way.

With three delicious ciders to choose from, a dry, medium and a sweet all basis are covered. They approach their production with the care and attention that is needed to blend fine cider that has won them acclaim from some of the most respected critics.

Blindfold (6%): their most popular cider, a blend of three classic cider apples with a citrus back-note.

Heartbreaker (7%): no nonsense cider for the connoisseur. Green apple prominent fruit flavour and slightly astringent finish; the boss’ favourite!

National Treasure (6%): full fruit flavour and a perfect partner for a pork dish.