Armagh Cider Company

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Armagh Cider Company
Ballinteggart House, Drumnasoo Road , Portadown Co Armagh , BT62 4EX
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Philip and Helen Troughton are fourth-generation apple growers, whose family has been growing apples since 1898.

Armagh Cider Company

Armagh Cider Company is owned by fourth-generation apple growers Philip and Helen Troughton, whose family has been growing apples since 1898.


They produce two ciders: Carsons Crisp Armagh Cider, a traditional cider, and Maddens Mellow Armagh Cider, a slightly sweeter cider. They also produce pure apple juice, a non-alcoholic apple punch and cider vinegar.    


A visitor centre is planned on the family farm; meanwhile visitors are welcome to visit the orchards, and the stunning pure pressed 'AJ' Apple Juice (2 Star Gold at the Great Taste Awards), craft ciders and other products, including the natural cider vinegar, can be purchased.


Many of the more interesting pubs and restaurants stock these artisan products, and they are also also available from Sainsbury's throughout Northern Ireland and other selected outlets (see website for list).

Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5. abbreviations

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