A red cider that’s colourblind!
Tonnes of green apples are pressed, and a little muscovado sugar added, to give this gorgeous red liquid - with the colour change a result of tannins in the skins oxidising. So we’ve paid tribute to the twist by naming the cider after red/green colourblindness.
The pumpclip is inspired by the Ishihara Test, which is used to test people’s perception of colour - but we’ve ensured that it is different enough that those who can’t normally differentiate between red and green can still pick up the pattern!
Red/green colourblindness is quite common, with both our founders Brad and Gazz being among the people who will see the clip like this: