Two Sparkling Dry Hybrid Ciders, & a Ghostly Perry
Made in the 'Piquette' Style, also historically known as Ciderkin: where a secondary pressing of the apples/pears is done with the addition of water. It's a fascinating, playful set of bottles, from a leading light of cider experimentation: Little Pomona, of Herefordshire.
These are naturally lower alcohol creations, one employing quince, another hops, to layer up succulent fruitiness. The third bottle of the bunch, is a
'perrykin'; made in the same Piquette style but with pears, & imbued with an imprint of Damson plums, having been fermented in barrels that had previously been used to ferment plum juice, the sediment from which was still present. Alc. 2.9% to 3.8% vol.