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Pimms Punch

 

Total Time:   Less than 30mins
Serves:   1cidercup_86223_16x9

 

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Paracombe Premium Perry ‘Eighty 4’
  • 3 handfuls mixed fruit pieces (such as Orange, Lime, Lemon, Strawberries)
  • 250ml Pimm’s

 

Instructions

  1. Pour the Perry into a large jug or punch bowl
  2. Add a couple of straws and the mixed fresh fruit pieces, then gently pour the Pimms on top of the cider to create a separate layer.

 

Recipe adapted from BBC.

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Paracombe Premium Perry was started one year ago when fourth generation pear orchardist Damian McArdle thought it was time to put some of his orchards high quality fruit to a more varied use whilst the pears were great to eat why not make something to drink as well.  The experimentation began, plans were made and now one year after the first release Paracombe Premium has become the finest Perry producer in South Australia.

The first rule in all of our production is always respect the fruit.  Many so called ‘Pear Cider’ or Perry producers in Australia are forgetting that exact rule, brewed sugar water with 30% + – fruit concentrate is not anything close to respect.  All of our Perrys are 100% pear, grown on our orchid and pressed in our basket press on our premises.  Our quality starts at the tree and ends in the bottle we do it all.  ALWAYS RESPECT THE FRUIT!

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Shown above is a limited release product in the range, 84 is a Dry style Perry made from 5 different pears grown in our orchard.  There are only 40 cartons produced at the start of our producing season so get in early or risk having to wait another year to get some.  We must suggest pouring yourself a long glass of 84 on ice.  Then serve with a room temperature double or triple brie.  Not a bad way to spend a weekend afternoon.  The creaminess of the brie is a fantastic offset for the dry well balanced 84.  Check our online store for availability and get your order in whilst you can.

Till next time drink up!