Under a wall of brambles, some twenty feet high, in 1967 Maurice Boyd, Father of Andrew Boyd, discovered the old orchard that had been planted some seventy years previously beside the old farmhouse that he and Andrew's mother Anne had purchased.
With the back drop of the majestic Mourne mountains, in the beautiful scenic part of Co. Down near the village of Dundrum, growing up there with a garden full of apples was as good as it gets.#
So in 2009, Andrew and his wife Karen set about trying to make a batch of cider. Using a strong bucket and a 4 inch wooden fence post, we laboured for hours to mash up enough apples to put into his fathers wine press and produce a gallon or two of juice.
This beautiful amber liquid was a revelation, Tasting crisp and as natural a product as you could wish for.
Made with 100% fresh pressed juice – you will taste the difference!