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Taste of the South teams up with Hitchcox Cider

Hitchcox PouringNext month’s Taste of the South festival in Christchurch will showcase Oxford brand Hitchcox Cider.

The popular event takes place at Chapel Gate in July.

Hitchcox use traditional brewing methods for a really unique taste. They use a blend of apples (of course) then add other fruits – plums, blackcurrants, blackberries, elderberries and damsons – using a cloth extract that dates from 1971.

It’s a small, family-run business with an emphasis on quality, not quantity.

The Taste of the South festival is family friendly, with plenty of activities to keep the kids occupied while their parents sample the ciders.

Toby Hitchcox, from Hitchcox Cider, said: “We are really looking forward to showcasing our range of ciders and to be part of this fabulous event.”

Jackie Phillipson, Organiser of Taste of the South, said: “We are delighted that Hitchcox Cider is partnering Taste of the South Festival this year. Their range of ciders promises to get those taste buds tingling!”

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“We are really excited for this year’s festival. We’ve a fabulous selection of exhibitors, from culinary delights to tempt and artisan creations that will amaze and inspire, whilst not forgetting our Zen Den and Cub’s Corner for the children.”

Fact file

Taste of the South Festival is open from 10am to 7pm on Saturday July 21 and 10am to 5pm on Sunday July 22.

Advance tickets are available to buy at www.tastesouth.events. Adult tickets are £4 in advance and £7 on the day. Children under 12 years old are free.

For more information about Taste of the South, see www.tastesouth.events or email info@tastesouth.co.uk.

For more information about Hitchcox Cider visit: www.orchardcottagecider.com

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