Horse Kick Cider… apple cider the way Mother Nature intended
Horse Kick Cider
Our aim is to produce a high quality, natural product using the techniques of old. The result is a slightly effervescent, cloudy apple cider that resonates with the oak in which it matured. The cider is unpasteurised, unfiltered, has no added sugars, flavourings or colourings. In short… apple cider the way Mother Nature intended.
Horse Kick Pinot Gris Oak 2018
Horse Kick Cider 2018 Vintage (75cl). Locally made at Chasemore Farm in Cobham, this award-winning craft cider is made from 100% apple juice using one of the only horse driven apple presses in the UK.
Fermentation is from the wild yeasts on the apple skins, creating a wonderful depth of flavour. The cider is matured in oak barrels: ex-white wine (Pinot Gris). After several months of maturation the cider is bottle conditioned.
At no stage are sulphites or other preservatives used, meaning that a natural sparkle develops inside the bottle.
Horse Kick Whisky Keg Cider 2018
Horse Kick Cider is locally pressed at Chasemore stud farm. Hand made and about as natural as you can get.
The Whisky Keg Cider has been fermented in ex-Laphroaig whisky casks imparting a wonderful smokiness to the cider.
Subtle notes of peat complement the tart apple and oak aromas offering a supremely balanced and truly unique cider drinking experience.
Stocks are limited, so buy it now before it`s too late!
Set up in 2016, Horse Kick Cider Ltd is a cottage craft industry producing small batches of traditional, oak aged cider at Chasemore Farm in Surrey.
The Wine Reserve
Horse Kick Cider is sold by a local prize-winning independent wine merchant in Cobham.
Each Autumn, fresh apples are pressed by Lassie the mare, using one of the only horse-driven apple presses in the country. Autumn is otherwise a quiet time of year for Lassie, and driving the cider press is a job she is very fond of.
World Horse Welfare
We support World Horse Welfare, an international horse charity that improves the lives of horses in the UK and around the world through education, campaigning, and hands-on care.
This first batch of Horse Kick Cider is everything we had hoped for: dry and appley with oaky undertones… and a light sparkle on the tongue.
2017 marks the release of the first batch of Horse Kick Cider, an exciting time for the Cobham community. Last Autumn great fun was had by people and animals alike, as friends and staff of Chasemore Farm engaged in an age-old tradition: making apple cider using a...