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Chalk­down Cider 2014, Hamp­shire

Su­sanna rec­om­mends this ‘cham­pagne-like cider with a glo­ri­ous sparkle’. With its ‘aro­matic notes of tan­ger­ine zest and warm ap­ples, it dances on the palate’, she says. Laith­waites, £12.99 for 75cl; se­lected Waitrose, £10

As­pall Pre­mier Cru Cy­der, Suf­folk

‘Bursts of bit­ter­sweet fruit round out this blend of dessert and culi­nary ap­ples,’ says Su­sanna. Made by eighth-gen­er­a­tion ci­der­mak­ers, this is ‘ex­cep­tion­ally good with lightly spiced dishes and salty hard cheese’. Sains­bury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, from £1.90 for 500ml

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Cider 2017, Here­ford­shire

Su­sanna’s own cider is a cloudy-or­ange hue, fully ripe and juicy with a sub­tle sparkle and lin­ger­ing ap­ple fin­ish, and a soft hint of peach. shop.hop­burns­black.co.uk, £12.80 for 75cl

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