The family behind Frank’s Cider, the Clarks, have been growing apples and pears in Tasmania’s Huon Valley since 1836. Taking its name from their third-generation orchardist, Frank Clark, Frank’s Cider now uses fruits harvested from the trees he planted.
Founded in 2012, Frank’s Cider is made with love using homegrown, freshly picked pears, apples, raspberries and cherries.
Frank’s Cherry Pear Cider is a luscious blend of two Tasmanian favourites. Tree ripened heritage pears are combined with delicious ripe red cherries to create the natural taste of autumn and summer, all year long.
Sparkling with pure fruit flavour from the Huon Valley south of Hobart, this cider is only 3.5% alcohol. It is medium sweet, gluten and sugar free, and very refreshing.
You can find Frank’s Cider at Dan Murphy’s nationwide, or you can order directly from their website.
Head to Frank’s Cider website to find your nearest stockist or order direct.
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