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Popped in when passing and was amazed by the array of different types of local cider and spirits on offer. The member of staff was very helpful offered taster of many of the drinks on offer. Tried cider, mead, gin and rum. Came away a...More
Visited the old cider barn after spotting the huge painting on the side of the barn from the road.
Inside it had a little shop in which I purchased some sea glass ! And a huge selection of ciders and alcoholic drinks perfect for Cornish...More
We were camping just down the road so we stopped to taste some cider and I bought some very nice cider and some local fudge liquer to take back to the tent.
Very friendly service but the bric-a-brac part wasn't so interesting for us
I went with the expectations of seeing a cider factory where in reality it is a shop BUT.... the welcome we received was fantastic, the tastings went down very well and some of the ciders were unheard of (to me) but I came away with...More
Start ax i always start, tjis is my opinion.
Spent a rainy day here (Only one day in 14days!). The lovely female shop keeper (sorry I can't recall her name) was superb! Gave us (several) samples to try to our enjoyment...And to hers, as we...More
Visited last year and came back again this year whilst on holiday. Love this place. Local ciders and other produce, as well as some fabulous fruit wines. Also lovely condiments. You can taste some ciders, mead wines, locally made Baileys equivalents to name a few....More
Thank Yvonne B
Mich B, Owner at The Old Cider Barn, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2018
thankyou for the lovely review, if you message me on facebook i do post out orders regards michelle
We stumbled across this little gem whilst on holiday in Lizard, Cornwall
The are only a small business and are not likely to be open 24/7 but have a good range ciders and encourage testing.
We bought some Cornish Screacher Cider to take home with...More