Tim Wale, was born in Tutts Clump, a small hamlet in the village of Bradfield, which lies roughly half way between the towns of Reading and Newbury in West Berkshire. This is where he started making cider in 2006, hence the name. He is married to Catherine and has five daughters, Marie, Sarah, Joanne, Lucy and Rachel who help out with the business.
This medium/dry single variety real cider is lovingly crafted from 100% juice with no added water in West Berkshire from the finest Kent-grown Jazz apples. It’s probably the first ever cider made from this particular apple! Created in New Zealand, the Jazz Apple variety is a cross between the UK’s two biggest selling varieties – the Royal Gala and the Braeburn.