It’s another blissful day in organic paradise!
There’s baby cider apples everywhere! These little beauties are Dabinetts, a cultivar that dates back to the early 1900’s in Somerset, England. The story goes that a wise man named William Dabinett discovered this varietal growing wild and couldn’t help but notice how delightfully tannic and aromatic the fruit was. The rest, they say, is cider making history! We will use these apples in our Wild English and Bittersweet.
Stop by and we will show you how it’s all done!