Dabinett

Dabinett probably dates from the early 1900s, when it was found by William Dabinett growing as a wilding (a natural seedling) in a hedge at Middle Lambrook, South Petherton, Somerset.The exact genetic makeup of Dabinett is unknown, though one 'parent' was probably the Chisel Jersey apple, a similar late "bittersweet" variety. The variety became very popular and was widely planted across the south-west of England.Classed as a "bittersweet" cider apple, Dabinett has small, yellow-green fruit flecked with red, usually harvested in November in the United Kingdom. The flesh is greenish and aromatic.

Harry's Dabinett

Harry's Dabinett

4.5% ABV 50Cl One of the joys of living and working in the middle of cider country is that you get tasting notes straight from the horses mouth ( so... more info
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Perry's Somerset Dabinett

Perry's Somerset Dabinett

6% ABV 50cl Dabinett must be the quintessential Somerset apple. Kingston Black and Morgan Sweet have very pronounced attributes but to us, Dabinett... more info
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Sheppy's Dabinett

Sheppy's Dabinett

7.2% ABV. 50cl Sheppy's are rapidly expanding and let's hope this means that they can produce better and better cider, they are not afraid to embrace... more info
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