Cider names

In keeping with our love of St. Ives each cider is named after a local place or event:

Clodgy – Man’s Head rock on Clodgy point is a distinctive landmark to the west end of Porthmeor beach.

Smeatons – Designed by John Smeaton in 1766, Smeaton’s Pier forms one side of the harbour wall and has a small white lighthouse at the end.

Bamaluz – a little known beach between the harbour and Porthgwidden which is nearly covered at high tide.

Porth – meaning cove in Cornish and used in the names of the 3 main beaches 0f St Ives – Porthminster, Porthmeor and Porthgwidden.

Hells Mouth – a dramatic rocky cove to the far east of St Ives Bay with breathtaking cliff-top views.

Kirthenwood – a museum orchard 8 miles from St Ives with a collection of rare West Country apple varieties.

Montol – festival celebrating the winter solstice in nearby Penzance.

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