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10 months ago
11 months ago
A bit of an Old Rosie's scrumpy flavor and texture -- though not quite as good.
2 years ago
Not terrible, but a bit of an artificial technological aftertaste.
WexiLahti@ Saccharomyces Beer Cafe
4 years ago
Cloudy, deep yellow to pale orange cider with reasonable, quick carbonation builds a negligible head that dies almost immediately away. The fragrance pushes forward light-sour apple juice with a very summery twist. The tastebuds enjoy massive, slightly sour, natural apple nectar that can be described as extremely juicy. And this is not exaggeration. The cider finishes rapidly with hefty, natural fresh pressed apple juice. The mouthfeel is colossally juicy, notably subtropical, extraordinarily summery as well as very gardeny. Very palatable!
WexiLahti@ Drink Co Bottleshop and Bar
4 years ago
Semihazy, orange cider with lame, extremely short-lived carbonation creates a meager, white head that dies soon away. The scent is identifiably vinous, especially some white wine, followed by a bit very sour apple juice. The taste offers extraordinarily sour, puckering white wine and a tad pressed apple. The aftertaste is short to medium and truly dry, sour apple. The mouthfeel is substantially tart and very puckering, strongly vinous and really dry. It's also flat, mouth-drying and massively natural. Interesting and funky!