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Pine Trees Farm has been run by the same family for 90 years. It began producing cider in 2009, and established the Dudda’s Tun brand in the spring of 2011. The farm is run by Kevin and Robert Payne. It comprises of 50 acres of orchards, growing 15 varieties of apples, many of which are used to produce the cider. Varieties used include: Cox Orange Pippin, Egremont Russet and Bramley Seedling. Every variety has a unique quality, which when blended, provides a perfectly balanced cider.
Where does the name come from? Dudda’s Tun takes its name from the village of Doddington. It is thought to be the origin of the village name, dating back to the 11th Century, meaning the farmstead or dwelling place of a person or tribe called Dudda. Dudda’s Tun not only takes its name from the village, but also the design of the logo, painted by a local artist.
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