Rochelle and Mollie try the best of British cider 🍎

From refreshing Gospel Green to whisky mixes, British cider has never been so versatile and exciting. And as the weather takes a turn for the worse, they might just be the perfect pick me up amidst winds and heavy rain.

Ciderologist Gabe Cook gives us his pick of the best ciders - from a champagne style with zingy taste, to honey flavoured tipples from East Lothian, you'll be spoilt for choice. And best of all, they're all under £15!

Featured ciders

  1. Henney's Dry Cider, £1.90 - Sainsbury's

  2. Gospel Green, £12.99 - Selected wine stores

  3. Cornish Orchards Blush, £2.25 - Waitrose

  4. Pilton Solstice, £7.99 per bottle - Selected wine stores

  5. Sandford Orchards St Louis Dry Hopped, four cans for £5, Morrisons

  6. Thistly Whisky Cider, £1.75 - Sainsbury’s

  7. Aspall's Premier Cru, £2 - Tesco

Phil Vickery's perfect potatoes

They’ve been serving baked potatoes to the masses since the 1970s, but Spudulike is no more. The high street chain have announced they are the latest to join the retail graveyard, and have now closed all 37 of their branches.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a good old baked potato. Phil Vickery’s in the kitchen to show you the quick-and-easy way to get that classic Spudulike flavour at home, with his perfect baked potatoes.