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Spiced Apple (non-alcoholic)
This non-alcoholic version of our Spiced Cider is a delicious winter warmer that can be enjoyed any time of the day, or with the kids… if they’re lucky!
Stewed with cinnamon, honey, nutmeg & cloves, and best served warm in a mug with a cinnamon quill and wedge of orange.
To heat, warm gently on the stove, avoiding boiling.
For an added alcoholic twist, try adding a shot of Cointreau.
This wonderful winter warmer is a delicious concoction of Daylesford Cider, local honey and a blend of spices. Imagine Christmas bottled up!!
During the summer months, we serve this over ice, and it has won the hearts of many on a warm day!
A glass of Spiced Cider makes for a beautiful accompaniment to dessert, or heat it up and enjoy in front of a log fire to warm the belly and the soul.
To heat, warm gently on the stove, avoiding boiling and serve with a cinnamon stick and slice of orange.
This fully fermented, dry cider matured in second year old Pinot Noir wine barrels for 8 months. It developed complex tannins, hints of oak and a palate that pairs beautifully with salty rich food.
This cider is un-carbonated & unfiltered, poured straight into the bottle from the barrel. This is not your commercial style cider, so keep an open mind! Drink and enjoy like a wine.
Daylesford Cider Stubbie Cooler
We love our personalised stubbie coolers and couldn’t rate them more highly!
This stubbie holder can keep your drink chilled for hours. But it doesn’t need fancy technology and gimmicks to do that. The Australian wool inside the stubbie holder has kept sheep warm for thousands of years. Now, it’s going to keep thousands of your drinks cold for hours.
Made from Australian wool and oilskin, this stubbie holder is as dinkum as it gets.
- Robust and weatherproof oilskin makes the Stockman’s Stubbie Holder durable and long-lasting.
- Insulated with 100% Australian wool to keep your stubbie cool for hours.
- Fits standard stubbies, cans and long-necked bottles.
- Simple, functional design: you’re not paying for any cheap tricks.
Organic Brut Cider
Bronze Medal (82 points) 2021 Australian Cider Awards
Handcrafted using a range of our organically grown heritage varieties, this dry cider has a lovely balance of tannins, bitterness & acidity, resulting in a lasting palate with great mouthfeel.
A fantastic alternative to sparkling wine, perfect to toast with at your next celebration! This Organic Brut Cider equally pairs well with seafood, lighter dishes & canapes.
You just never know where the experiments in the cider shed will lead, and that is half the fun! Initially a very limited release to pop at our cellar-door over Summer, however we have been persuaded otherwise, and will keep this as a year-round staple!
It’s floral nose, subtle watermelon notes, delicate bubble and pretty rose colour all shine through, with a medium finish that leaves your palate refreshed.
Bronze Medal (83 points) at the 2021 Australian Cider Awards
2020 saw an abundance of Yarlington Mill apples, a bitter-sweet variety that is famous in the apple growing regions of Somerset & Devonshire.
This is a medium-dry cider with soft, pleasant tannins and slight bitterness that you would expect from this apple. The stunning golden hues of this cider come from the skin colour of the apple, and really beckons to be poured into a champagne glass and enjoyed as an aperitivo before dinner.
Organic Kingston Black
Bronze Medal (84 points) at the 2021 Australian Cider Awards
We are proud to announce that our cidery & production facilities received organic certification in 2021, allowing us to launch some small batch, organic ciders within our range – the first into 750ml bottles is our Kingston Black cider.
Each year Daylesford Cider reserve some specific cider apple varieties in order to create unique limited edition ciders. In 2020 we had an abundance of Kingston Black apples in our organic orchard, which are a well known bitter-sharp variety. This batch has minimal intervention from the start, leaving the juice to ferment using the wild yeast strains already present, and left to age in oak barrel for over a year. This is the second time we have used this method and are thrilled with the results.
We feel this is one of our best ciders, and at 84 points, it was only 1 mark off a Silver… but a gold in our eyes!