Made from traditional UK Cider Apples grown in the unique terroir of the finest apple-growing region in the world. Harvested from the adjoining British counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, apples grown in this region benefit from high quality soils, nearly year-round rainfall, and a mild maritime climate. Having been home to apple orchards for thousands of years, the climate of this area allows the apples to slowly mature, which produces fruit with excellent complexity and flavor balance.
Apple cider concentrate is produced by removing water from freshly pressed apple juice through evaporation while under vacuum. This process concentrates the natural sugars in the juice, making the resulting product easier to store for longer periods and less cumbersome when transporting.
We recommend diluting with 6 parts water to 1 part concentrate to reconstitute the original apple juice. This will leave you with a solution that is approximately 1.040 SG with an estimated alcohol content of 5.2% ABV after fermentation. The solution can be used as a flavor ingredient alongside fresh apple juice to impart high levels of tannin that will give your hard cider a wonderful mouthfeel, complex flavor, and great color and body.