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Greendale Proper Scrumpy Cider

Made by a master cider-maker from traditional old Devon cider press

At Greendale, we’re lucky enough to have two cider-apple orchards on our farm. It’s one of the great pleasures of autumn to get together and harvest the apples, before taking them over to the nearby village of Broadclyst. Here, we leave them in the capable hand of Keith Hoskins, a master cider-maker who uses his traditional old Devon cider press to press the apples. The resulting juice is collected and left to brew in wooden vats – no flavourings, colourings or preservatives are added, just a little bit of Keith’s cider-making magic.
The finished Scrumpy is therefore an entirely natural product. Medium-dry in taste and best served ice-cold, it is a ‘live’ product which varies between batches and will go on maturing until it is consumed, so we recommend that you drink it within two days of opening and within 14 days of purchase.

Ottervale, one of our favourites!

Hand-made Devon chutneys, preserves, jellies and salsas

Based in the pretty East Devon town of Budleigh Salterton, Otter Vale is a small, family-run business. Producing a range of delicious hand-made chutneys, including the celebrated Devon Chutney (onion and pineapple) and Devon Fire Chutney, they also make preserves, savoury jellies, piccalilli and salsa, all of which are naturally gluten-free. Ben and his team seek out the best local ingredients wherever possible, eschewing artificial colours, flavourings, sweeteners or preservatives. It’s no wonder they’ve received numerous accolades, including the much-coveted Taste of the West gold award in 2015 – at Greendale we’re proud to have these products on our shelves!

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Greendale Farm Shop Sidmouth Road Nr. Farringdon Exeter EX5 2JU

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