Made a 5-gallon batch of this up yesterday. I had purchased 6-gallons of apple juice at Costco (Kirkland brand) some months back and forgot about them down in the basement. Discovered them again recently and decided to make this up. My only issue was that when I pulled my 6-gallon Better Bottle out, I discovered a small crack in the bottom. So, I pulled out my 5-gallon Better Bottle and used it. Pouring all 5-gallons of juice in lead to an overflow issue, so I poured just a little out to allow for a small amount of headspace before I pitched the yeast, which was 1-packet of S-04 that I had purchased specifically for this recipe. Didn't have time to take a starting gravity reading, as I literally had to run out the door after hooking up the blowoff tube, but I followed the directions exactly using 4-Twining's Irish Breakfast tea bags and the juice of 1-lime, plus 1-teaspoon of Wyeast yeast nutrient boiled/steeped for 10-minutes in 3-cups of filtered water.
After making this, I cracked a bomber of Brandon O's Graff that I bottled at the end of last July. I still have a few of these left, and IMHO, they're tasting better now than they did before. It'd been a couple of months since I've had one, but I'm glad I still have 6-bombers and 2-12-oz. bottles left!
I plan to leave Graham's English Cider in the primary for 1-month, then transfer it over to a glass carboy secondary, top it off with more apple juice, and forget about it for a few months. I am looking forward to having it around at the holidays later this year, and will likely begin cracking into them around Thanksgiving.