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5 unexpected drink ‘hits’ in New York

Posted on 10th Jun 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


While on my travels, I always take the opportunity to try some new beverages - this trip involved some pleasant surprises...
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New York Stories – tales from (nearly) up state

Posted on 9th Jun 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


I achieved a long held ambition on this trip to New York – going up state. Well, when I say up state, I mean 2 hours up the Hudson Valley. New York State reaches actually reaches all the way to the Canadian border.
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Authenticity is everything

Posted on 26th May 2014 in Cyder House


How does a nearly 300 year old business embrace the digital age?
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Isabel's Berry - A tribute to a remarkable woman

Posted on 21st May 2014 in Cyder House


Isabel Chevallier was warm and generous person, deeply proud of Suffolk and often found in the walled gardens at Aspall Hall tending her fruit plants.
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Another sweet treat from our orchards

Posted on 14th May 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Cyder House


I recently wrote about the really important role that bees and other insects play in pollinating the trees in our orchards. We’re fortunate that keeping bees has honey as a fantastic by-product, which as well as being totally delicious, has been used for its health benefits for thousands of years.
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Cyder versus Wine: Everyone’s a winner

Posted on 13th May 2014 in Events


It’s a tough job to compete with the long-established art of selecting a wine that works perfectly with a meal. Wine lists so often come with tasting notes mentioning exotic fruits, spice, oak and tanins, and there is something to suit every palate. But we believe that good quality cyder has the depth and versatility to take on wine, to go round-for-round (or course-for-course), and most importantly to make people think differently about choosing what to drink with their food.
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