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Made from 100% freshly-pressed Bramley apple juice. After a primary alcoholic fermentation, it’s left on its natural yeast lees to develop body and complexity, after which it’s naturally settled and minimally filtered. After bottling, it undergoes a secondary fermentation that creates the natural fizz. However, the real magic is the in-bottle on-the-lees ageing which Anatomy undergoes for 12 to 24 months. The length of ageing adds layers of complexity and flavour to create a true stand-out cider with a style that’s akin to a top quality champagne grape wine.
Bright, fresh, yet delicate, crisp English apple flavours that you’d expect from a well-crafted cider. It also comes with an elegant mousse to match with the yeasty, bready, biscuity and buttery notes long from ageing in-bottle on the yeast lees. Many have described this cider as apple champagne.
Often enjoyed in a flute glass with light canapés, but a great pairing with fresh fish dishes. The bubbles and crisp acidity balance well with the freshness of a simple smoked salmon or some mackerel pâté.
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