Naughty Nanna, you might have one. 3 Sons Cider certainly did. This newly released cider pays tribute to the 3 Sons grannie. The story goes, the boy’s nanna was not much of a cider drinker, but she did have a habit of nicking off with some of the fresh juice straight out of the press.
Kangaroo Island Cider, As the name suggests is based on Kangaroo Island a short drive and ferry ride south of Adelaide, South Australia. The Colony Cove Original Cider is part of their Colony Cove Cider range.
Scape Goat Cider is labelled as a premium cider. I doubt it, but I’m going to drink it to find out.
I’m pretty suspicious about this cider. The label on the bottle, says it is made by Mccashins Brewery in New Zealand for Pinnacle Drinks in Australia. The problem here is that neither company lists this beverage on their website. Are they ashamed? Well, let’s dive into the tasting notes.
Batlow Road Apple Cider has just launched onto the market. If you have eaten an apple from a quality greengrocer you’ve probably eaten one of their apples. As with most orchardist wanting to make the most of their products, they have converted some apples into Cider.