JoJo's Delight

Welsh Cider Apple Trees

There are a number of good cider producing varieties available by special request. Please contact Ian Sturrock for more information about the following fruit trees.

  • JOJOS DELIGHT (Bardsey Island)
    Cider Style: Sweet/Bittersweet
    A single ancient broken tree discovered on Bardsey Island in 2005
    Makes an early light aromatic cider, ready in the new year.
    An idiosyncratic small eater.
  • AFAL CHAMPAGNE (Caernarfon)
    Cider Style: Sweet
    Very early pink juice - excellent for blending.
  • MORGAN SWEET (South Wales)
    Cider Style: Sweet
    Once common in South Wales. Early light fruity cider.
  • CADWALADER (Brecon)
    Cider Style: Bittersweet
    Still widely grown. Good single variety cider. Excellent for blending.
  • MARGET NICOLAS (Carmarthen)
    Cider Style: Bittersweet
    Can also be eaten in the new year.
  • PERTHYRE (Monmouth)
    Cider Style: Mild Bittersweet
    Well known for excellent single variety cider.
    Cooked apples taste like pears.
  • PIG ADERYN (Pembroke)
    Cider Style: Bittersweet
    Famous tasty light single variety cider.
    Good early eater.
    Norman monastic origin.
  • TWYN Y SHERIFF (Rhaglan)
    Cider Style: Mild/Bittersweet
  • PEN CALED (Cardigan)
    Cider Style: Full sharp, low tannin
    Can be used as a late cooker.
  • GWELL NA MIL (Monmouth)
    Cider Style: Sweet/Bittersweet
    Long used as a single variety cider.
    Lovely golden colour.
  • WELSH GIN PEAR (South Wales)
    Perry Style: Sweet/Bittersweet
    Makes a lovely midseason perry.
Grown in Wales Stick in Label

Large Stick in Label

Welsh To The Core small tie on label

Small Tie on Label

Rare Welsh Fruit Tree Tag

Large Tie on Label