Pilango Liberated Cider - May '19

May 06, 2019

Pilango Liberated Cider - May '19

330ml bottle made in London using foraged apples. 

This is a light cider with a light sparkle. Slightly scrumpy on the nose with a very gentle apple aroma a bit like a golden delicious. Nice kick from the acid and a slight dryness on the tip of the tongue. Not overly sweet, but not dry either. Quite well balanced for such a light flavour. No indication its 5%. 

Would go well in a restaurant with a ceasar salad, or just a refreshing quick one in the summer. 

Unfortunately nothing special, but better than a commercial mass produced cider. 




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