Monday, 4 May 2009


Just heard on The Food Programme (BBC Radio 4) that Brogdale Farm in Faversham, Kent, home of the National Fruit Collection, sells a variety of ciders in its shop, which is called --- Tiddly Pomme!


Sheila said...

Surely that's the name the Aussies give the boozy Brits?

Brian Sibley said...

Of course! I knew I'd heard it somewhere before! ;-)

SharonM said...

Mind you, I can't imagine 'tiddly' being used by that many Aussies - but then maybe regularly watching Home & Away and Neighbours has clouded my judgement.

Elliot Cowan said...

Tiddly Pomme.
Is this made from potatoes???

And it's an expression far too polite for Australians.
I speak with some authority on the subject.

Brian Sibley said...

Yep! Potato cider! It's a killer!