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Cider recommendations

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Cheto Tue 15-May-18 08:18:48

Trying to cut back on the wine... any cider recommendations?

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Ricekrispie22 Tue 15-May-18 17:29:19

What type of wine do you like? Fruity? Full bodied? Dry?

MyBreadIsEggy Tue 15-May-18 17:33:00

I’m in love with Smirnoff raspberry cider after trying it the other weekend! It goes down waaaaay too easy thought - it doesn’t taste remotely alcoholic

Cheto Tue 15-May-18 18:07:08

@Ricekrispie22 I prefer dry

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happysunr1se Tue 15-May-18 19:18:42

Stowford Press is the one I regularly get from the supermarket, it's got a zingy apple taste and not too sweet and it comes in cans aswell as bottles. Waitrose own brand has some nice ones too.

ProfYaffle Tue 15-May-18 19:23:19


Cheto Tue 15-May-18 19:33:46

@happysunr1se cheers I'll try that 
@ProfYaffle lol.. I take it u like that grin

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Ricekrispie22 Tue 15-May-18 19:37:53

Savannah Dry
If you've got a sweet tooth, try Pimm's Cider Cup or Brothers Cider Rhubarb and Custard
Thatcher's Katy is a light, fragrant, softly sparkling medium dry
Weston's Old Rosy Cloudy - light and crisp
Scrumpy Jack - long and dry, almost sherry-like

I get all of these from Tesco.

ProfYaffle Tue 15-May-18 19:46:34

grin knocks all the others into a cocked hat!

bassackwards Tue 15-May-18 20:00:39

The absolute best dry French is Cidre Breton. I could live on it all summer.

BestIsWest Tue 15-May-18 20:03:30

For something different and not sweet, sainsburys do a dry cider with elderflower - it’s gorgeous.

I also like Stowford Press.

Ginmakesitallok Tue 15-May-18 20:04:48

Flat tyre rhubarb cider -delicious

Cheto Tue 15-May-18 20:04:51

Thanks for the suggestions smile
Low fizz would be good too

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Bamaluz Tue 15-May-18 20:11:53

Rattler, Cornish cider, reminds me of my holidays.

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