Calvados refers to a geographical particularity of the Norman coast, close to Arromanches, the famous D Day landing point in the calvados county, where two bare cliffs (bold -calva in latin- backs -dorsa) were used by boats as a landmark. Calvados is a cider spirit made with specific apples or pears, some of them being very old varieties. Read More »
A fantastic entry level Calvados from the folk at Chateau de Breuil. They make their own cider and after distillation age their VSOP for a minimum of four years for close control over the flavour of the calvados at all stages of production. A soft but flavoursome spirit. IWSC 2012 - Silver Medal - Calvados
A well rounded Calvados from Dupont, based in the heart of the Pays d'Auge region. It uses a standard recipe of 30% sweet apples, 30% bitter and 40% acidic to create an easy drinking and elegant spirit.