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Long Meadow Cider Farm Tour and Tasting Experience

Long Meadow Farm, 87 Loughgall Road, Portadown, County Armagh, BT62 4EG
Long Meadow Cider Farm Tour and Tasting Experience

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Long Meadow Cider is a third generation family owned apple orchard and cidery based in rural County Armagh also known as the orchard of Ireland.

Be guided through our 30 acre orchard and see how the famous PGI status Bramley Apple is grown, processed, harvested and hand pressed to be transformed into brands of award winning  apple juice and artisan ciders.  We make up to six varieties of cider and two varieties of apple juice on site.  The best way to sample these is by enjoying one of our mouth watering picnic lunches within our beautiful orchard setting. 

Tours are seasonal by nature allowing visitors to be immersed in the heritage of this important Armagh product.

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