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Armagh cider Tempted wins gold at international fair

Craft cider brand Tempted Cider has won a gold medal at the world-renowned CiderWorld Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.

Tempted Elderflower won gold in the Flavoured Cider category and was praised for its "beautiful aroma".

The international fair - one of the most respected in the cider industry - had 95 exhibitors from 16 countries.

Commenting on the win, founder of Tempted Cider, Davy Uprichard said: “Craft cider-making is a promising, passionate industry. To have our Elderflower cider recognised by international experts is a huge accolade and helps with our expansion into international markets with our flavoured ciders, which is looking very promising indeed.”

“It’s vital that we continue to deliver the quality and taste that Tempted Cider drinkers now know and love."

Tempted Cider was established in 2009 when Davy, a horticulturist by trade, set up a small cidery at the family home and began pressing apples.

The brand is the most-awarded cider in Ireland.

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