It’s been 4 years since I last had the annual release of Willie Smiths Kingston Black. I very much enjoyed it back then. But the question is how has it changed over the years and is it still as tasty?
The Kingston Black is probably my favourite cider apple. So, I am very excited to get stuck into this fresh can of Spreyton Kingston Black Cider. Read More
Spreyton’s can of Young Sturmer 2.0 is the next generation of the Sturmer apple-based cider from the lads down in northern Tasmania. Read More
Lobo Cider are never scared to put a wolf on a bottle of cider. They have done it again with the Lenswulf Cider. Read More
Does a sweet cider plus a dry cider equal Decadence? Peckham’s seems to think so because that is what they have done to make the Decadence cider. Read More
Seems like it is Heritage Blend month here at Real Cider Reviews. This week it’s the turn of Small Acres Heritage Blend. Read More
Simple Cider’s Heritage Blend has a simple goal, grow the best apples they can to make the best cider they can. It’s all about showing off their Tasmanian grown cider apples. Read More
3 Sons Methode Traditionelle from 2019. Canberra’s best-known cider maker is mixing all sorts of apples to go for that champagne vibe in a cider. Read More