On Saturday 13th February, we will be at Fodder Food Hall, Organic Farm Shop and Cafe. Fodder will be stocking our handcrafted dry, medium and pear cider.
From 11am we will be there handing out samples to the visitors of this award winning establishment.
Click the image above to visit the Fodder website for more details of this and many other events taking place.
The resurgence of cider drinking is being seen everywhere, including the Capital. We are proud to announce that Colemans Cider is now available in Borough Market.
“Borough Market is London’s most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce. It is a haven for anybody who cares about the quality and provenance of the food they eat – chefs, restaurateurs, passionate amateur cooks and people who just happen to love eating and drinking. But it’s not just the sheer quality of the food on offer that makes Borough Market special – it is also about the people and the place.”
Colemans Cider is now available to purchase from several different outlets and we are looking to expand this list in the very near future. Current outlets include The Old Star Kilham and the award-winning Jug and Bottle in Bubwith. Click the picture above to see the current list.
We were very pleased to have the opportunity to conduct an interview with the Yorkshire Post and we think the article is amazing.
The interview gave us a chance to show what we have been able to accomplish in such a short, and at times very hectic, space of time, whilst still showing and explaining the reason we started this in the first place.
Quality write-up with some amazing pictures and we hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed telling the story.
We are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Wassail will be taking place in Lauren’s Orchard on Saturday 16th January 2015. After the success of last years event, we are making this even bigger and after a bumper crop of apples which has allowed us to upsclae production 10 fold, we hope this will be as great a sucess.
The event will begin at 2pm with the blessing of the trees in the typical fashion of chants and following the Green Man.
We at Colemans are excited for this event as it will be the first time we unveil the new expanded range of handcrafted traditional and fruit ciders.
As well as our own noise being made to awaken over 70 apple trees, there will be live music a long with great food.
This will truly be an event for all the family and everyone is encouraged to bring something they can bang to make noise to help us in our blessing. Children are especially welcome to help us hang our messages and good wishes for a fruitful harvest next season.
With four TV series under her belt, Rachel Green’s most recent appearance was on BBC3 as the chef in Kill It! Cook It! Eat It !
Now she has agreed to work with us at Colemans Cider to keep you up-to-date with her cider blog and a tasty treat for you to have go at making.
Why we need your apples?
In order to make lots more delicious cider for all you lovely people out there we need far more apples than we can currently lay our hands on.
So why’s that? Well, despite planting lots of new cider apple trees and the generosity of those of you who already offer us your surplus apples, we still don’t have anything like enough to keep up with demand.
This is made even worse by the fact that we only ever make our cider from 100% Yorkshire Wolds apple juice.
Thus we desperately need your help to help us grow the business and make more handcrafted yorkshire cider.
Even better we will give you free apple juice and/or cider for apples and perry pears.
So how does this work? Click on the picture above to find out