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Thatchers Heritage Traditional Somerset Cider Review

Thatchers Heritage Traditional Somerset Cider I've seen this 3l bag in a box Thatchers Heritage in the local ASDA quite a few times recently so decided to give it a try.

Easy to operate and hung in the fridge the cider is quite light and sweet on the nose and although there's a slight bitter to sweet tang on the palate it's still within my I could really easily drink this range.

Definitely a cider I would pick up and try again this is a really good way to have a few pints.

Check out your local supermarket for it.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

There's quite a fresh creamy note in here mixing with cloudy apples and some gentle farmyard hay notes, like a lovely apple pie (without cinnamon) covered in lush double cream ate sitting on a hay bale.

Palate

A tang of bittersweet apples mixes with more sweet stewed apples and sone citrus peel, goes sweeter

Finish

Sweet, but slightly drying very easy drinking.

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Thatchers Heritage Traditional Somerset Cider
Age: NAS
ABV: 4.90
Distiller: Thatcher's Cider
Bottler: Thatcher's Cider
Type: Cider
From: England, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 29/02/2016 by Tom



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