• Boysencider
  • Feijoa & Cider
  • Cranberry & Cider
  • Passionfruit
  • Pear Scrumpy
  • Scrumpy
  • Classic Apple

Made from whole fruit, sun-ripened during a long, hot Nelson summer.

You’ve arrived at the bit where we tell you all about our pretty good Old Mout Ciders. There’s some not-too-fancy talk about what each one looks, smells and tastes like. You’ll also find a few handy suggestions about what to eat while you’re enjoying our ciders – there’s even a recipe or two thrown in.

To get the most out of your Old Mout Cider, just remember to chill, add ice (if you’re fancy), and enjoy responsibly. And if you dream up some clever ways to enjoy Old Mout Cider, drop us a line, or put it up on our Facebook page.


Old Mout Boysencider is the ingenious union of refreshing apple cider with succulent boysenberry wine – creating a drink that’s the best of both worlds.

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Feijoa & Cider

Old Mout Feijoa & Cider is a delectable apple cider, combined with zingy fruit wine from feijoas (Fee-Jo-Ahh) – small, green aromatic fruits that don’t look like much but taste damn fine.

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Cranberry & Cider

Old Mout Cranberry & Cider is the rather tasty tipple that occurred when our crisp apple cider met its match with a lovely cranberry wine that’s just a little bit tart. It might be love.

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Old Mout Passionfruit & Cider is an enticing blend of apple cider with luscious passionfruit wine, crafted by our cider makers to remind you of more balmy, far-flung places.

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Pear Scrumpy

Old Mout Pear Scrumpy calls for ripe eating pears off the tree to meet their glorious end in this rather traditional drop. With its ample taste and juicy bite, there’s absolutely no doubt about the pear in here.

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Old Mout Scrumpy is our own, rather effervescent take on the traditional Scrumpy recipe, with a gutsy apple flavour, to seriously satisfy a solid thirst.

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Classic Apple

Old Mout Classic Apple comes from our original recipe; a light, clear cider with a crisp finish, to be enjoyed when you get a hankering for a taste of the good stuff.

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