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Aspall Cyder - Cider and Vinegar

The Aspall bottle is based on a design used by JB Chevallier, fifth generation cyder maker of Aspall, in the early 20th century .

When Aspall relaunched its cyder on a national scale in the late 1990’s, the quality of the liquid was the major selling point. Barry and Henry’s idea was to re-introduce a cyder to the market that harked back to the days when English Cyder was held in the same high regard as Champagne, Wine and Port. A unique liquid required a unique package, and it was their Father John who suggested they may want to look at the bottle his Grandfather used in the 1920’s and 30’s. And so a dusty labelled bottle was taken to a bottle manufacturer and the discussion started as to how this antique vessel could be re-produced for the modern age. It was by no means the cheapest solution to take to market, but a high quality liquid requires a high quality delivery. The Aspall bottle is now trademarked and recognised the world over as a signature bottle for Aspall Cyder and the story – and liquid – that lies behind the brand.