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Ramborn SA

P.O. Box 58, 6701 Grevenmacher
23, Duerfstrooss, 6660 Born
Telephone +352 2 6729204
Fax +352 7 58615

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Product category: Cider (Same but Different)


This is our most popular cider – a crisp, sparkling medium dry cider featuring the Rambo apple, blended with other traditional varieties such as Boskoop, Bohnapfel, Porzenapfel, Luxemburger Triumpf and Luxemburger Renette.

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Ramborn Perry is made with pears from very old traditional orchards, including Bongert Altenhoven in Bettenbourg. It was created as part of Ramborn’s commitment to protecting and reviving the many unique varieties of fruit that grow in the region.
These traditional pear varieties – including Mostbirne and Nelchesbirne – have been carefully selected and pressed to create a perry rich in tannins, and full of subtle fruit flavour.

GOLD MEDAL 2019 International Cider Awards

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Product category: Cider (Same but Different)

Meadow Orchard Ice Cider

375ml, 11% alc. vol.
100% cider apples, traditional varieties grown in traditional meadow orchards
Made using the cryoconcentration method.
In this method, the juice is frozen, separating the water so we are left with an intense, syrupy must packed full of flavour. The must is then slowly fermented over a period of several months. The residual sugar is what gives Ice Cider its signature sweetness, elegantly offset by the traditional apple varieties’ natural acidity.
Rich roasted apples on the nose, warm caramel and butterscotch. Intense taste of traditional cider apples, hints of freshly baked cookies, fudge, and a mouth-filling chewy satin texture, followed by a long, tart, fresh apple finish.
Perfect served on its own as an aperitif or dessert wine. Ice Cider also shines when paired with the right food – think a rich, delicate liver or fruity, zingy blue cheese.

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Ramborn is the first Luxembourgish cider producer. We only ferment the freshly pressed juice of apples and pears grown exclusively in traditional orchards of large, standard trees. No concentrate. No industrial plantations.

People have been fermenting juice from traditional apples and pears in the region at least as far back as the Romans, but over the last century, this tradition has been in decline, with much of the fruit going to waste.

As Luxembourg’s first cider company, Ramborn is working to revive the tradition of cider-making, putting good use to the otherwise wasted fruit, and breathing new life into traditional orchards throughout the country. Today we work with more than 100 farmers to revive, maintain and improve traditional orchards, paying a fair price for their fruit.

Traditional varieties of apple – many unique to the region –  grow in nearby orchards, each one a habitat to a huge number of micro-flora, fungi, mosses, lichens, and insects, inviting a bevy of birds and small mammals as well as badgers, foxes, owls and other birds of prey. These orchards are a vital source of biodiversity; they are Europe’s rainforests in need of protection.

The idea to make a Luxembourgish cider came up when three old friends were having a drink. Whilst enjoying a summer holiday in the UK and tasting the local ciders, they started sharing stories of their parents and grandparents, who used local apples to produce their very own cider, known locally as “Viez”. That’s when they decided to make their own cider in Luxembourg using this untapped source of apples.