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Oliver's Cider & Perry
13 ratings
Oliver's Cider & Perry
England


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Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ The Duck and Rocket
28 days ago
3.4
330ml clear glass, crown cap; pours a brilliant clear light to medium straw, petillant, white head when pouring which disappears quickly; on the nose complex, yet clean, floral and fruity notes, melon and honey, followed by rich and satisfying ripe pear aroma, some funk reminding of horse blankets and hay; in the mouth velvety smooth mouthfeel greets you with a sharp and cutting lemony or perhaps rhubarb acidity, followed by beautiful rounded residual sweetness, fruit and zippy, balanced and round, and all that with a light and bright body, what more could one ask for?, overall mistakenly one of Tom Oliver's masterpieces, you'll find pears and apples, melon and floral notes, phenolics and residual sugar.... damn it's good! 'nuff said!

Post author: Pablo S
Pablo S
2 years ago
2.5
Clearly a brilliant product but not to my liking

Post author: Markthegasman
Markthegasman
@ Mark The Gasman
5 years ago
4.5

Post author: Markthegasman
Markthegasman
@ Mark The Gasman
5 years ago
5.0

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
5 years ago
3.5
Glastonbury is still on the radio. Flaming Lips doing Bowie. Effing marvellous. In celebration of all this midsummer madness I'm still on the cider. At The Hop is exactly as described - bittersweet and infused with hops. Loads of apple flavours with added citrus notes and a pleasant earthy, dank tang and a dry finish. It's so clear - you can see the future through it. Hang on - the Flaming Lips are back for an encore....!

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
5 years ago
3.5
I'm now back from The Sally via a selection of beers I was too lazy to record. I'm listening to Radiohead at Glastonbury- who have finally realised that people like the top tunes like Street Spirit as opposed to bag loads of experimental nonsense. I picked this up before I left, and it's like sunbeams in a glass. It's produced from Herefordshire apples that have been matured for 8 months, and is medium sweet. Crisp, clear, packed with apples to bursting point and beautifully balanced. Blimey - Radiohead are doing 'No Surprises' now. They are in danger of playing a few hits.

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
@ Salutation Inn
5 years ago
4.0
Tonight is the Summer Solstice. At The Sally we celebrated with the Ragged and Old Morris Men. They pranced and sang in the car park before we all joined in. Yes, I had my own hankeys to shake about. As the sun set over the River Severn on another sweltering day, it was all very Pagan. After a few beers I went for another of Tom Olivers ciders - pressed just down the road in Herefordshire. Sharp and tangy with intense apple flavours and a bag load of tannin it was lovely. Golden like the sunlight - medium bodied with a dry edge. It was almost designed for a day like today.

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
@ Salutation Inn
5 years ago
4.0
It's hot. I'm working from home. Go for a run? Or head down to The Sally. I'm weak- so in the end it was an easy choice. After a couple of pale ales I went completely off message and went for a cider. Tom Oliver is genuinely one of the worlds best - and he's just across the way in Herefordshire. Pete always has at least 4 or 5 if his on - which I usually ignore. But in this heat. Shazam is perfect. Sweet and sour and balanced on the tongue. Proper apple tang with a lovely long finish. More craft than Tony Hart in this one. Now where is my smock.....