Thornborough Cider is a traditional craft cider made in the village of Thornborough, near Masham, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire.
Thornborough Cider is hand-pressed from Yorkshire apples using a
traditional rack and cloth press. Made from over 20 different varieties of
culinary and desert apples from around the region, the resulting juice is slowly fermented in oak barrels through the Yorkshire winter to produce this deliciously refreshing and fruity dry still cider at 6%ABV.
Winner: Flavours of Herriot Country Award 2012
Silver: Three Counties International Cider Competition 2012
Third: Manchester Cider & Perry Festival People’s Choice 2013