I am planning to make 40l and split into 4 10l bag in box 1 dry 1 medium-medium sweet and 2 fruit. I plan to use a recipe posted by @Clint "20 litres Asda smart price apple juice 8 tea bag black tea in about half litre of boiling water, Two teaspoons Wilko yeast nutrient Two teaspoons Wilko citric acid, One CML cider yeast." Except I have 48L of euro shopper juice and will double the rest. When gravity is around 1.000 I plan to bag the dry as is then add wine stabiliser to the rest leave it a few days then add sugar to the medium/medium sweet and undecided flavours to the other 2. I am pretty sure i'm correct in thinking I can add whatever food grade flavouring I like as its stabilised and going to be flat. Does this all sound OK? Any suggestions for fruit flavours? Any idea how it will compare to commercially produced stuff? How important is the citric acid and can it be added after fermentation as I plan to make it tomorrow and don't have any at the moment? This will be my 1st batch of commercial cider as I have the HMRC authorisation to make up to 7000l a year duty free. Cheers for any help/comments.