In true Somerset style, the first on the list is CIDER. Burrow Hill Cider to be precise, with the Medium variety being one of Jess’ favourites. We’re sure you’ve spotted their famous Somerset Cider Bus at some point, so be sure to enjoy a cheeky cider with them next time you spot them out and about.
Lils recommends Lilley’s Cider (yes more cider). Based in Somerset, Lilleys Cider is a family run business with around 33 different ciders to choose from. The perfect choice if you’re after some fun & unique flavours!
More alcohol, but this time Gin! Rachel’s favourite is Gin Jar’s Rhubarb and Ginger Gin. Based in Cheddar, Gin Jar offers refreshingly twisted flavours and are on a mission to make others as passionate as they are about their drinks!
If you want something refreshing and non-alcoholic, give Hullabuloos a try. Homemade in Somerset, Hullabuloos will leave a tingle on your tongue and make your taste buds come alive. Zoe can’t resist their Raspberry Lemonade.
POV: You’ve had a busy week at work. It’s finally the weekend and the sun is shining. What do you do? Head to Palette and Pasture Somerset Gelato for an ice cream of course! They have so many exciting flavours available!
Craft Beer Chocolates are one of Charly’s favourite sweet treats. They have taken amazing beers we all love and combined them with the best chocolate Bristol has to offer, creating beautiful flavour combinations that just melt in your mouth.
Looking for a delicious Cheeseboard treat? Carol recommends Bruton Brie – a mild and distinctly creamy organic brie made from Guernsey cow’s milk. Don’t forget to team it with Somerset Cyder Chutney!
It isn’t a complete list of local products without Cheddar Strawberries is it? Head to Warrens Fruit Farm in Draycott to pick your own during the Summer months.