Calm before the Storm
Enjoying a coffee break beneath a kingston Black tree in Titherington
After spending half the week working in London I spent a perfect few hours this morning picking ‘Kingston Black’s’ at Mrs Grudgings orchard in Titherington. The Bittersharp black’s (the king of Cider apples) will hopefully help to balance our cider, helping to soften the tannins which dominated last weeks pick.
The storm will begin tomorrow at The Scrumping Project’s big Apple Day taking place at Grimsbury Farm between 10am and 2pm, where we will have four presses squeezing out a torrential downpour of apple juice.
All welcome, food, drink, story telling and music (including the Surfin Turnips) on offer.
The weather is looking great so it should be a fantastic day.
I hope to see you all there.
A Sack of Kingston Black's
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