In experimenting with some yeasts and juices I've done a few one gallon batches with the recipe in my drop-down, scaled down. Keep in mind that this is a dry cider recipe.
Grahams English Cider (one gallon)
1 gallons Treetop (or equivalent) Apple Juice
1 black teabag (English or Irish Breakfast)
1/2 key limes (or one regular lime)
partial package of s-04 (or a little of any other english ale yeast)
(yeast nutrients as needed)
Add juice of 1/2 lime to 1 cup of water, bring to a boil then turn off heat. Steep teabag for 7-10 mins, cool for a few mins then add to carboy. Add nutrients and juice into carboy with an aggressive pour to help aerate the juice. Add yeast, put an airlock on then place in a cool (60F-70F) environment.
Primary for one month, then rack to secondary, topping off with juice. Leave in secondary until crystal clear (usually 2-3 months or so from pitching) then bottle with 0.75oz priming sugar.
Takes about a month to carbonate, tastes good after 3 months, but just gets better with age. I usually start opening bottles about 5 months after pitching.
Tastes good man. if you like dry cider that is.