These fruity flavours are a taste of New Zealand!

Born in New Zealand and inspired by Great Britain, Old Mout will make your taste buds tingle with a riot of fruity flavour. Meet cider made the Kiwi way.

From the moment the first Maori steered their canoes onto the shores of New Zealand, the inhabitants of this beautiful island nation have had an unquenchable thirst for adventure. And, surrounded by some of the most stunning natural beauty in the world, it’s not hard to see how exploration and adventure worked their way into New Zealand’s national DNA.

New Zealand landscape

It’s that same spirit that runs through Old Mout’s four fabulous flavours of cider. Inspired when Kiwi Wanda Tait first tasted cider on a cycling trip through Somerset, Old Mout was initially named Old Moutere, after the beautiful valley where Wanda set up shop way back in 1947. For years she produced local cider behind the counter of her shop, until two adventurers arrived to take her beloved beverages to the next level. 

When Justin and Scottie came across Old Mout, they ventured into uncharted territory: combining Wanda’s incredible cider with the freshest island fruits. In the process, they discovered the four remarkable flavours that comprise the Old Mout range. 

Strawberry & Pomegranate

Old Mout Cider Strawberry and Pomegranite

Perfect garnish: Two strawberries and a slice of lime.

On your own voyage of discovery, the Old Mout Strawberry & Pomegranate in your October Gin of the Month box is a perfect place to start. A moreish combo of ripe strawberry and tart pomegranate, this bottle of pink perfection is an escape from everyday flavour – and will inspire even more taste adventures!

With four fab flavours, there’s an Old Mout Cider for everyone. Here are the garnishes that make each flavour shine.

Passionfruit & Apple

Old Mout Passionfruit & Apple

Perfect garnish: An orange segment

Summer Berries

 

Old Mout Cider Summer Berries

Perfect garnish: a strawberry and two blueberries

Kiwi & Lime

Old Mout Cider Kiwi and Lime

Perfect garnish: a simple slice of lime