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Thatchers Tremletts and Falstaff Cider Review

Thatchers Tremletts and Falstaff This is one of a couple of new release Thatchers Ciders that I was very kindly sent to review by the amazing guys and girls at Thatchers.

This cider uses Falstaff apples which are sweet/sharp Culinary apples and Tremlett's Bitter which are Bittersweet Cider Apples.

A really unusual banana note comes across on the nose and really surprised me, the taste is more bitter than i would have in my preferred ider but it's still a moreish delicious drinking cider, one i wish was more widely available.

This cider is only available at the Thatchers farm shop at Myrtle Farm in Somerset.

Thanks to Thatchers Cider for the sample of this fine cider.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Interesting note here of ripe bananas then farmyard hay and lots of cloudy Apple juice almost sour

Palate

Quite farmyard like almost bitter initially then it goes sweeter, lovely appley notes and cloudy Apple quite a lot of hay here

Finish

A touch dry but very very moreish

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Thatchers Tremletts and Falstaff Cider
Age: NAS
ABV: 7.40
Distiller: Thatcher's Cider
Bottler: Thatcher's Cider
Type: Cider
From: England, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 16/02/2016 by Tom



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