Gwynt y Ddraig Cider, is now one of Wales’ biggest cider producers. It’s not hard to see why they are one of the biggest producers as they have a wide range of ciders for all types of cider drinker. Run by Bill George and Andrew Gronow, the family cider farm started out as a hobby which grew into a full strength business. As well as stocking supermarkets and pubs they also host a cider festival with music and madness to draw in the crowds.

  • I found there cider and perry to be rather thin and bland, not unpleasant but not ones that I would seek out again.

  • Hi Roger, thanks for your comments. Which one did you try?

  • Perry Vale and Barnstormer, both the sort of drink that could have mass appeal, just not special enough for me.

  • Dewi

    I recently drank the ‘Black Dragon’ from Gwynt y Mor.

    I really liked the “somkeyness” of it, very unusual. I also find it as being one of the best dry cider’s in town.
    HOWEVER, when buying cider, I would like a bite more flavour of the fruit, which this doesn’t give- perhaps the smoke overpowers it, I don’t know.

    But definitely worth a try, just a boost to the flavour would be great. ANd I will be trying some other Gwynt y Ddraig ciders- any to recommend?