Forums General Topics General Brewing Discussions Adding fruit (feijoas) to WW cider kit ?

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  • #18544

    gregps
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    Has anybody got any ideas as to the best way of adding fruit to the cider kit ?

    #18545

    Nolan
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    Dave Huzziff
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    Just add 500mls barkers blood orange lime and bitters syrup after adding ingredients, everyone loves it!

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    hacatan
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    I’ve just done a feijoa cider. I made the WW kit but let the FG get to 1.000. I then took about 2 kilos of feijoas, scooped them out, mashed them and put the mush in a 750mm length of 110mm novaflow filter sleeve with a tie wrap at both ends. Opened up the WW after releasing the pressure and put the sleeve in. Left it for 5 days then took it out. Sediment settled into the jar without any need for clarification. I like the taste and it definitely has a feijoa flavour but some may find it a bit dry in which case put the feijoas in earlier and end up with a higher FG.

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