Of cider interest








Worlds-Best-CiderWorld’s Best Cider is now on the shelves. By Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw, featuring many great Irish ciders as well as ciders from all over the world. You can read more about it on Pete Brown’s blog here and also on Bill Bradshaw’s blog here.




We’ve come across a delicious sounding cider jelly. Made by Roy Brett from Edinburgh’s Ondine for the 2012 Celtic Cook Off, it is, to quote John McKenna “as good as eating gets”.

Here it is, with buttermilk icecream, as tweeted by @McKennasGuides



And apple cider cake anyone?  http://edible-ireland.com/2012/09/20/apple-cider-cake-with-spiced-cider-butterscotch-sauce/

For more food and cider matches have a look at Fiona Beckett’s Food and Cider Pairing here. (Fiona is an award-winning food and wine writer, one of the UK’s leading experts on food and drink matching, wine columnist for The Guardian and the author of 23 books on food, wine and beer.)


And the World Map of Cider from Cider Guide (who tweets as @CiderGuide) is worth a look:



2 thoughts on “Of cider interest

  1. Dave Racz

    Dear Cider Ireland,

    Can you let me know where I can buy a cider apple tree anywhere near Cork?.

    Kind regards


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