Monday, March 26, 2007

Taunton Cider


This used to be our most famous cider - before it was bought by Mathew Clark brands and moved out of Taunton. I believe it still mentions Taunton but Blackthorn is sadly no longer a Somerset cider...
This sign is rotting away at the old factory at Norton Fitwarren, soon to be houses!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

just as well mate--piss water anyway. cheers

1:08 AM  
Anonymous james said...

Ugh, cider. Cider here isn't the same as sider in the States. I tried going around supermarkets asking for non-alcoholic apple cider and they just laughed at me.
1.You have apples here.
3. You have alcoholic cider here.
Why can't you have step 2. In the States, cider is bought and MADE alcoholic, what's the fun if it's store bought.

4:54 PM  
Blogger Ame said...

LOL JAMES!

Mark, he's RIGHT! (BUT HEY! You're supposed to be INVISIBLE J!!!)

Just doesn't make sense...neither does the term "Hard" how can something wet be hard...unless it's an ICE CUBE!

Full Moon! Just ignore me!
;)

5:35 PM  
Blogger Mountainboy said...

James - non alcoholic cider? Isn't that juice???

as for what fun is it? Next time you come over here give me a shout, we'll do the Sheppys farm tour - fun fun fun!

10:44 PM  
Blogger Ame said...

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5:11 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

FINE!

Just ignore MY comments!

Some blogger pals just end up turning on ya! Can't WIN for LOSING!

LOL! ;)

5:12 AM  

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