The Kitchen Garden Apple Juice

The Kitchen Garden Apple Juice

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Ty Mawr apple orchard was planted 10 years ago with a variety of both heritage and local Welsh apple trees. They were chosen to give a variety of flavours and tastes ranging from dry too sweet with some lovely sharp notes in-between.


We pick and segregate into variety then they are juiced for us by Aber Apples. No insecticides or herbicides are used in or around the orchard and bee hives placed in the orchard provide us with beautiful pollinators.


If you have any queries or requests, please call Rae on 07949 396589.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the colour and texture of products on this website but due to the limitations of technology, we strongly recommend that sample products are purchased for testing in situ prior to the full order being placed.

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Blenheim Orange Blend

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - King Of Pippins

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Morgan Sweet

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Ash Mead's Kernal

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Crimson Quoining

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Pig Aderyn

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Glasbury Red

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)

Kitchen Garden - Apple Juice 750ml - Brith Mawr

£3.50 (Excl. VAT)
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Ty Mawr apple orchard was planted 10 years ago with a variety of both heritage and local Welsh apple trees.

They were chosen to give a variety of flavours and tastes ranging from dry to sweet with some lovely sharp notes in-between.

We pick and segregate into variety then they are juiced for us by Aber Apples.

No insecticides or herbicides are used in or around the orchard and bee hives placed in the orchard provide us with beautiful pollinators.

If you have any queries or requests, please call Rae on 07949 396589.

  • Blenheim Orange Blend - An apple of unknown parentage which was first identified sometime around 1740 in Woodstock Oxfordshire. It takes its name from the nearby Blenheim Palace. It is aromatic and almost spicy in flavour! 
  • King of Pippins - Thought to originate from the 18th Century France but widely grown in the UK since Victorian times. Crisp and nutty, sweet-sharp in taste.
  • Morgan Sweet - Dates back to the 18th Century, very popular with South Wales coal miners as the tangy yet sweet juice was particularly refreshing down the pits. 
  • Ashmead’s Kernel - One of the oldest apple varieties dating back to around 1700. 2One of the best apples of all time”! A slightly acidic pear taste and aroma. In blind tastings of the juice, this variety more frequently than not comes out top for taste! 
  • Crimson Quoining - Several sorts of this ancient apple still grow in local orchards. All are medium to large angular apples with a spectacular aromatic scent and distinctive flavour.
  • Landore - A very hardy variety which seems to have been widely planted in farm orchards in Powys. It was well established by Victorian times when it as mentioned by the diarist Franics Kilvert, curate of Clyro (1872). It grows well even at high altitudes and seems very resistance to disease. 
  • Marged Nicholas - Originates from Dinefwr Llandelio. Pretty yellow apple with russet markings. Bittersweet in flavour. 
  • Pig Yr Wydd - A cooking apple originating from Llanwrda Carmathanshire. The welsh name translates as ‘Goose’s Bill’ probably an illusion to the curved patterns on the sides of the fruit. A cooking Apple that does well in farm orchards in the wetter western areas. 
  • Pig Aderyn - An old Welsh variety perhaps of Norman origin. The top of the Apple resembles a bird’s beak which is ‘pig aderyn’ in Welsh. Sweet tasting! 
  • Glasbury Red - An early season Apple with a bittersweet taste. Originates from around Glasbury in eastern Powys on the banks of the Wye. Only a handful of tress remain in old orchards and farms. 
  • Brith Mawr - An extremely rare old welsh apple. A once very famous South Wales Variety. A handsome mid-season and dual purpose apple. Sharp and brisk in flavour.  
  • Natural Pear Juice - This pear is widely spread across the UK it is a rather large pear which gives a sweet yet refreshing taste.
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  • Blenheim Orange Blend - An apple of unknown parentage which was first identified sometime around 1740 in Woodstock Oxfordshire. It takes its name from the nearby Blenheim Palace. It is aromatic and almost spicy in flavour! 
  • King of Pippins - Thought to originate from the 18th Century France but widely grown in the UK since Victorian times. Crisp and nutty, sweet-sharp in taste.
  • Morgan Sweet - Dates back to the 18th Century, very popular with South Wales coal miners as the tangy yet sweet juice was particularly refreshing down the pits. 
  • Ashmead’s Kernel - One of the oldest apple varieties dating back to around 1700. 2One of the best apples of all time”! A slightly acidic pear taste and aroma. In blind tastings of the juice, this variety more frequently than not comes out top for taste! 
  • Crimson Quoining - Several sorts of this ancient apple still grow in local orchards. All are medium to large angular apples with a spectacular aromatic scent and distinctive flavour.
  • Landore - A very hardy variety which seems to have been widely planted in farm orchards in Powys. It was well established by Victorian times when it as mentioned by the diarist Franics Kilvert, curate of Clyro (1872). It grows well even at high altitudes and seems very resistance to disease. 
  • Marged Nicholas - Originates from Dinefwr Llandelio. Pretty yellow apple with russet markings. Bittersweet in flavour. 
  • Pig Yr Wydd - A cooking apple originating from Llanwrda Carmathanshire. The welsh name translates as ‘Goose’s Bill’ probably an illusion to the curved patterns on the sides of the fruit. A cooking Apple that does well in farm orchards in the wetter western areas. 
  • Pig Aderyn - An old Welsh variety perhaps of Norman origin. The top of the Apple resembles a bird’s beak which is ‘pig aderyn’ in Welsh. Sweet tasting! 
  • Glasbury Red - An early season Apple with a bittersweet taste. Originates from around Glasbury in eastern Powys on the banks of the Wye. Only a handful of tress remain in old orchards and farms. 
  • Brith Mawr - An extremely rare old welsh apple. A once very famous South Wales Variety. A handsome mid-season and dual purpose apple. Sharp and brisk in flavour.  
  • Natural Pear Juice - This pear is widely spread across the UK it is a rather large pear which gives a sweet yet refreshing taste.
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