The Orchards were planted by Michael O Callaghan, William's father, over twenty five years ago. Lands are very close to the O’ Callaghan’s who have lived in the area since the 10th Century and ruled from the three castles on the rivers Blackwater (one Dromineen is situated directly in front of Longueville). The free draining, loamy limestone soil is some of the best land in Ireland and the taste & appearance of this naturally made cider reflects these rich underlying characteristics.
This unique Irish Cider offers rich aromas of tangy apples and is complimented by a complex taste of dried apricot honey and baked apple pie angering finish to savour and enjoy.
Longueville also has Irelands only Cider Apple Brandy Distillery.
Longuville House will be sampling Longueville Apple Brandy