Just for something a bit different today, here’s a review of an apple cider. The purveyor said it was dry and in a Normande style, which until about 5 years or so ago in Australia, meant that it could be expected to be sweet and have no bearing whatsoever to a Normande cider. A nomenclature problem shared with the Australian baguette. The cider here though is impressively true to its description. It has aromatics of stones and apples and a palate that is dry, with a delicate mousse and stoney apple and bread characters. I shall be buying more of this.
Rating: Good, Abv: 5.5%, Price: 4 for $20, Website: http://pinkladyciderco.com, Tasted: 2014