Thistly Cross Fresh Root Ginger Cider
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Thistly Cross Fresh Root Ginger Cider 4.0%
Cider spiced with Fresh Root Ginger One case of 12 x 500ml bottles Our Fresh Root Ginger Infused Cider Our cider is matured with fresh-pressed root ginger. A medium dry, full bodied, spicy drink. Refreshing in summer, reviving and warming in winter. Can be served over ice or steaming hot.
Thistly Cross Fresh Root Ginger Cider 4.0% | Thistly Cross Cider
Perfect partners - our Whisky Cask and Traditional ciders in their newly tweaked labels.
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Some of our Whisky Cask Cider with its perfect partner, Traditional!
Some of our Traditional Cider with its perfect partner, Whisky Cask!
Scottish apple jacuzzi - getting good and clean before being turned into cider!
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Our cider press hard at work turning lots of crisp Scottish apples into tasty Thistly Cross cider.
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The cider press in action. Time to raise those cider stock levels! #cider #Thistlycross #cider-press #applejuice
Happy Thanksgiving to our USA supporters and customers - here's some Real Ginger and Real Strawberry hanging out with some donated apples.
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We love @Thistly Cross! You could call us their flagship store?!? http://www.belhavenfruitfarm.co.uk/the-store.aspx
Taste Tipples, Narae Lee, Store Aspx
We love @Thistly Cross cider! You could call us their flagship store?!? http://www.belhavenfruitfarm.co.uk/the-store.aspx
A pump clip for that rare, special beast known as Thistly Cross Jaggy Thistle cider - a bit of a delicious vintage one too at 7.4%
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Our vintage CAMRA-endorsed 7.4% Jaggy Thistle made with East Lothian heritage apples - pump clip ready for the bar!
A rainbow sprawl of Thistly varieties getting ready for a festival - our ltd edition collaboration with Tempest Brewery, Snakebite & Black included.
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Original Sparkling cider (also available in Still)
Original sparkling and still cider
The infamous Thistly Cross Snakebite - a world first!
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Snakebite & Black pump clip for our collaboration with Tempest Brewery - cider, lager and fresh blackcurrants from our farm!
All 7 of our ciders!
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The Scots do it right. I'll have a wee bit more than just a dram! Thistly Cross 2012 Range
Got some of these too. The whisky cask cider is beautiful. Roll on tonight!!
Thistly Cross Cider is my new favorite. I like the Whisky Cask
Thistle Cross Hard Cider
Thistly Cross 2012 Range
Thistly Cross Cider
I love the descriptions of the kitchen at Lallybroch and I've imagined many a meal there. I love the thought of that warm kitchen in the winter, with Jenny cooking and all of the wonderful rich smells that await. WIth that thought in mind and because It's getting so cold outside, my stomach is telling me that it might be time for a hot apple, leek and potato soup! This is a very simple soup,quite easy to make and all it needs is a loaf of good bread and herb butter to complete it! A chilled Thistly Cross Cider IS the perfect accompaniment! 1 tbsp butter 1 large onion, chopped 6 cups of chicken stock 2 large leeks sliced ( the white parts~ save the greens for stock) 3 large Braeburn apples, cored, peeled and chopped or you can substitute really good organic apple sauce! 1 cup of golden raisins 2 cups of boiled, diced potatoes (small dice) 2 cups of shredded chicken breast or cookedand sliced apple sage sausage Shredded smoked Gouda /Jarlsberg or cheddar cheese 2 cups of buttermilk Salt and Pepper 1 tablespoon of fresh thyme Melt 1 tbsp butter in large soup pot over med-high heat. Add onion and leeks and sauté until soft but not brown. Stir in stock , apples, salt , pepper and buttermilk and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer for about 20 minutes. Using an immersion blender, blend this mixture for a minute until fairly creamy. Add the potatoes, thyme, raisins and chicken breast and simmer for at least 15 more minutes before serving. Ladle into bowls and top with the shredded cheese. . Serves 6
We take care over each step of the cider-making process; from pressing the apples and fermenting with the finest blend of Champagne yeasts, to maturing the cider for at least 6 months to achieve that rounded, smooth Thistly Cross taste.
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Hot Rum Cow feature Thistly Cross in their cider issue
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Award winning illustrations. by Peter Donnelly, Dublin, Ireland | Character Design | illustration | Draw | Drawing | Editorial |
Hot Rum Cow: A History of British CiderAgency: White Light MediaArt Director: Eric CampbellAwarded Runner up. Creative Quarterly CFE 30. Professional Illustration. "beautiful illustrations." - The Holborn."beautifully designed and inspiring"- Ath…
MagSpreads - Editorial Design and Magazine Layout Inspiration: Issue 2 – The Cider Issue – Out Now
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Hot Rum Cow: The Cider Issue Great illustration and typography
HotRumCow. Magazine. by Peter Donnelly, via Behance
A History of British Cider - Hot Rum Cow
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Thistly Cross appear in Hot Rum Cow's cider issue
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Issue 2 Thistly Cross cider feature