Adnams launches new blush cider to Wild Wave range
Suffolk-based brewery, Adnams, has expanded the Wild Wave family and added an elegant blush cider to the range, to sit alongside Wild Wave and Wild Wave 0.5%.
A lively and aromatic English cider with a sunset pink hue, this new addition is made with carefully selected varieties of English apples, harvested from Worcestershire and Herefordshire, and blended with British rose extract to offer the perfect balance of fruit and floral flavours. Following pressing, it is left to mature to allow deeper characteristics to develop.
Deliciously refreshing, this new blush cider offers sweetness and acidity, as flavours and aromas of fresh cider apples are complemented by soft notes of rose petals.
Perfect to enjoy at summer parties and barbeques, and pair with grilled chicken or fish.
Explaining the inspiration behind this new cider, Fergus Fitzgerald, Adnams Production Director said: “We wanted to bring something new to the Wild Wave family and tried lots of different options. We were drawn to the natural marriage of fruit and floral flavours. Wild Wave Blush still tastes like cider, but the subtle botanical infusion of rose gives a refreshing balance to its profile.”
Adnams Wild Wave Blush English Cider, 4% ABV, will be available to buy from 19th July for £19.99 for 12x330ml cans from Adnams.co.uk.
Founded by George and Ernest Adnams in 1872, Adnams began as a Southwold brewery on the Suffolk coast and has been fiercely independent for the last 150 years.
In 2010, Adnams became the first brewery in England to build a distillery on the same site. Its pioneering spirit has enabled Adnams to become a distinctive brewer, distiller, wine merchant, retailer, publican, and hotelier. From its Southwold home, Adnams crafts award-winning premium beers and spirits which are available from its retail stores, managed properties, partner pubs, and in outlets nationwide and overseas. Adnams has long taken pride in its heritage and strong values and is committed to running its business sustainably, leaving its footprints in the sand, not on the planet. Adnams.co.uk