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Apple Pressing

Pick, pulp, press and pasteurise your own juice in a private orchard

Apple pressing experiences at Lemons Farm




Join us at Lemons Farm throughout September and October to spend time in our private orchard pressing your own juice and learning the traditional Devon art of cider production. Bask in the view overlooking the beautiful Taw Valley and take all your produce home to enjoy over the year!


What's involved?

Guests will be welcomed to Lemons Farm and taken up to our private orchard to be given a briefing on the apples, cider production and the local area. 

Guests will be able to select from number of apple varieties, pick, pulp, press and then pasteurise the apples for juice or pack away for cider production and take all their produce home with them. Guests are welcome to take their juice away or leave with us for pasteurisation to be collected at a later date.



Why not bring a picnic to compliment your glass of freshly pressed juice, all this while looking out over the beautiful Taw Valley towards Exmoor.


What's included?

The experience lasts around an hour to an hour and a half to press, sample and bottle the juice. Guests will be able to take home all the juice they are able to press during this time, either in their own bottles or in ours. There will be tea and coffee making facilities on site and guests will also be able to swill down their own freshly pressed juice.


What to bring

Wellies and waterproofs in case of rain

Sun protection and a hat in case of sun

Guests can bring their own bottles or purchase directly from us.

We will provide all equipment and guidance on how to press and blend your own delicious juices and cider. We can provide 1l glass bottles for pasteurising or plastic bottles for freezing (£1 each) or guests can bring their own.

Dates and timings of experience

TBC - we are not currently hosting apple pressing days

Booking essential - please contact us to book directly

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Contact us below or call Tino - 07739 339274

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