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Welcome to Ciderlicious, the UK’s BEST online cider company, where we specialise in delivering delicious bottles of cider straight to your door. Based in the UK, we offer a wide range of ciders to suit every taste, from traditional dry ciders to sweet and fruit varieties.
Choose from gifts, individual bottles, boxes or cases. We make it easy to order cider online from the comfort of your own home.
Browse our selection of ciders and add your favourites to your basket. We offer fast and reliable delivery, so you can enjoy your cider in no time. Plus, our easy-to-use website and secure checkout process make ordering a breeze.
Whether you’re looking for a gift or a mixed case of your favourite uk cider, we have something to suit everyone.
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Frequently asked Questions
Cider is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of apples. It can range in alcohol content from 2-8% and can be sweet or dry.
Cider is made by crushing apples and then fermenting the juice. The juice is usually fermented with yeast, which converts the sugars in the juice into alcohol.
Cider is made from apples, while beer is made from grains, typically barley. Cider also has a sweeter taste and a more fruity aroma than beer.
Cider can be served cold or at room temperature, depending on your preference. It's also often served in a pint glass.
Cider pairs well with a variety of foods, such as pork, chicken, and cheeses. It's also a great complement to spicy foods and can be used in cooking.
Cider will last for several days when stored in the refrigerator, and lose its carbonation within 24 hours. However, it's best to consume it within the first 2 days after opening for the best taste and quality. For still cider, it will still be okay to drink for up to 7 days, and for cider that is packaged in a bag-in-box, it will last for up to 3 weeks as it hasn't come into contact with air.