Monday, June 19, 2017

Sweetland Orchards Perennial Cider

Sweetland Perennial.

Clear, yellowish, no head. Cider.

In the nose: Sweet. Apples. Then, dry. Clean. mmm.

In the mouth: All that and more. Dry, crisp, apples. Nice, and then some. “A fine hard cider made from heirloom apple varieties,” says the label. Clean, crisp, apples. Thin body (aren’t they all?)

What else is there to say? Refreshing. Drinkable. Dry, apples. Yup.
Quite a nice cider, even if I haven't the cider-specific vocabulary to
say any more about it. Does anyone have any cider schools they recommend, or cider night classes?

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