This single variety is fermented from the Golden Russet apple. An early American colonial apple derived from one of the earliest apples, the Roxybury Russet, was selected for its unique cider characteristics as being an all around great apple with a high brix yield. Our powerful version of this is deceptively drinkable with a combination of big upfront flavours with a long sharp dry finish. The nose speaks of autumn with aromas of honey and caramel. The taste is earthy and grassy, partly due to apple skin tannins.