How to Buy from Us

1 - Create Your Account

As a wholesaler we are duty bound to ensure that you are licensed to purchase the alcohol that we sell so we need you to complete some very basic contact and address details along with creating the password that you will want to use to login to view and/or buy. We will then quickly review this and send you a confirmation email so that you can access the trade area.

2 - Look At the Range

Once you receive your confirmation email you can log in and have a look at the producers and the range of ciders that we have to offer. You will find all of the details of the cider, from the tasting notes to all of the essential information like ABV and taste / style to help you.

If you have any questions you can call us or send us a message using the internal messaging system.

3 - Order online Or Call Us

You can select the products that you want by adding them to your basket. We sell each bottle type in 6 units so when you add a bottle it will add the 6 to your basket. If you want 12 units then you need to add it again. You can keep looking and adding to your basket.

When you come to checkout, our case sizes are for 12 bottles so please bear that in mind. so your order must be in combinations of 12 bottles. (ie: 12, 24, 36, 48 bottles etc).

With the correct amounts in your basket, you can checkout and pay online straight away, and we will contact you the next day to discuss delivery. If you are not able to complete the checkout this may be because your location may not be in our delivery area. If this is the case please contact as we may be able to send it by couriers / hauliers (we can get a quote for these costs).

To see our delivery areas please click this link.

Orders over £100 (inc VAT) are delivered free, under £100 there is a delivery charge of £5.00.

Alternatively, you can call us on 0113 733 9450 during office hours and we can take your order & payment and arrange delivery over the phone.


Ice cider is the cider equivalent of ice wine: a fermented beverage made from the juice of frozen apples. Similar to ice wine, the use of frozen apples concentrates the natural sugars in the apples, resulting in a higher alcohol content than cider made by traditional methods.


Distillation is the process of converting a liquid into vapour that is subsequently condensed back to liquid form. Cider is distilled in stills, the resulting clear spirit, known as Eau de Vie or ‘water of life’ is the colourless fruit brandy which can be barrelled to produce Cider Brandy.


Keeving is an artisan method for making naturally sweetened cider. Only cider apples are used; no sugar, no water, nothing else. The keeving process involves the formation of a pectin gel, which floats to the top of fresh pressed apple juice in translucent tanks.