The lowdown: A soft full flavoured Breton cider, made using a blend of six apple varieties. Partially filtered before bottling it retains a slight haze. Aromas of stewed fruit which follow through to the finish.
Located in the Isac Valley, Guenrouët, Breton cidre producer Kerisac is still in family ownership since it was established in 1920. Kerisac developed their reputation by producing partially filtered cider using a blend of locally sourced Breton apples which some consider to be closer to eating apples than their UK compatriarts. Passionate about retaining heritage cider apples of the region, Kerisac are now one of the largest cider producers of the region.