Harry’s Cider has extended its bottled line up with the addition of a new medium cider variant.

Applemoor is described as a medium cider with a rich fruity aroma. The producer said it is light and silky with a mellow finish that balanced sweetness and tannin. The cider “maintains the taste and character of a Somerset cider but with a relatively low alcohol level at only 5% abv”. It comes in a 50cl bottle, priced at £2.85.

Harry Fry, the company’s cidermaker, said: “We are very pleased with our new Applemoor cider. It is made from a blend of cider apples, all grown in our orchards at Long Sutton in Somerset, and sits perfectly between our current bottled ciders, both in terms of flavour and alcohol level. It is a medium cider with a gentle sparkle and a fruity flavour, making it really refreshing and very quaffable.”

Applemoor complements the company’s two existing, award-winning bottled ciders. Harry’s single variety Dabinett cider at 4.5% abv is described as “fresh and appley with a good balance of tannin and acidity”, while the Harry’s Original blend at 6% abv has a golden colour and a breadth of rich, fruity flavours. All are made with 100% cider fruit from the family farm.