Luxembourg-based producer Ramborn Cider Company is launching its range of sustainable, modern craft ciders and perries into global markets.
Ramborn, which claims to be Luxembourg’s first cider company, is working to revive the rich history and tradition of cidermaking in the region, while working with farmers to “breathe new life” into meadow orchards throughout the country by adopting sustainable farming methods.
The core range includes a 5.8% ABV Original Medium Dry Cider, a Luxembourgish Perry (5.8% ABV) made from fermented pear juice, Cascade Hopped Cider (7.4% ABV) and Farmhouse Dry Cider (6.5%).
Primarily, Ramborn uses its namesake Rambo apple, an “all-rounder apple” and favourite around the village of Born, where the company is based, alongside Boskoop, Bohnapful and Luxemburger Triumpf varieties.
Co-founder Adie Kaye said: “For a small producer, Ramborn has an extensive range of ciders and perries. Our core range appeals to both cider connoisseurs and consumers who are starting to discover or rediscover their love of cider and are looking for high-quality, interesting and sustainable choices.”
“We’re really seeing an opening with the discerning foodie crowd. They are very receptive to trying ciders where they may normally have wine – ones with unusual taste profiles that are well paired with the food have been tremendously popular with Michelin starred restaurants across Europe. This is something we’ll look to explore further as we progress”.
The Ramborn range, which is available in 330ml bottles, 330ml cans and sustainable growler re-fill formats, can be found at selected on-trade and off-trade retailers across the UK, Iceland, Finland, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and the US.