Jaspels Craft Cider

We launched ‘The Anglesey Cider Project’ to make use of the many apples & pears grown on the island that were going to waste. By making a plea via social media for local residents to contact us if they had unwanted fruit, we were overwhelmed by people offering their surplus.

So began the task of picking and collecting the fruit from all over the island. This ranged from single garden trees to larger orchards, some of which were located in Red Squirrel Woodland areas across Anglesey which became the inspiration behind the Jaspels logo.

Jaspels Craft Cider is  made using a handmade wooden press method combined with modern fermenting and blending techniques to produce a wide variety of unique tasting and award winning ciders. As we rely on apple donations to make our products we can never repeat the exact recipe for each year and that makes Jaspels Craft Cider pretty special. “A True Taste of Anglesey”

Our list of ‘Apple Donors’ is growing each year and as a “Thank You” we give back some of the finished cider the following Spring.

Our aim is to plant orchards all over Anglesey and develop more products as volume increases.

We now have a cider shop and tasting bar at our production premises and occasionally host cider press demonstration days – See Facebook for updates.

Iechyd Da!

Janet & Ade


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Unit 3-4, Site 9, Amlwch Business Park, Amlwch LL68 9BH

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