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90 • Aspall Perronelle's Blush Cider/500 ml.
Deep brilliant copper color with a blue violet cast. Aromas of yeasty bread dough, crushed apples, and blackberry skin follow through on a round frothy entry to a dryish, tangy medium body with tart green apple flavors and blackberry nuances. Finishes with long refreshing, earthy apple leaf accented fade. An excellent combination of flavors with a unique appeal. (tasted on Feb-02-2010)
89 • Aspall Cuveé Chevallier Double Fermented Cyder.
Pure golden color. Heady, complex aromas of baked, grilled, and brown apples have savory cheesy flinty, medicinal edges and follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium-full body with dense waves of apple cider vinegar, green pineapple, and mossy earth notes. Finishes with a long, apple, mineral, and hay fade with a touch of iodine. Very intriguing and food affined. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
88 • HardCore Cider Co. Crisp Cider/12 oz.
Deep old gold color. Mild raw applewood smoked bacon and golden raisin aromas. A vibrant entry leads to a tangy, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with tart and crunchy apple and delicate cinnamon sugar flavors. Finishes with a sweet juicy apple and dusty talc accented fade. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
87 • The Boston Beer Co. New England Traditional Cider/12 oz.
Bright old gold color with no head. Aromas of overripe muddy apples on the grass and wild yeast follow thorugh on a fruity-sour light-to-medium body with tart, green and red apple flavors and a tart, earthy leafy finish. A very rustic traditionally styled cider for cider-heads. (tasted on Jan-13-2010)
84 • Original Sin Cidery Pear Cider/12 oz.
Pale silvery straw color. Lightly perfumed aromas of pear and peach cocktail follow through on a round, foamy entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with sweet cream. Finishes with a fleeting, pear bobbing water, peach and pineapple yogurt fade. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
82 • American Hard Cider Company Cider Jack Hard Cider/12 oz.
Bright golden straw color. Yeasty, poached egg aromas mask any apple character on the nose and follow through on a brisk entry to a dry light-to-medium body with faint apple spritzer and soda flavors in the background. Finishes with a wet mineral and apple stem accented fade. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
80 • Harpoon Brewery Cider/12 oz.
Pale golden color. Bold cinnamon poached apple and apple-vanilla scented candle aromas have a holiday air to them and follow on a brisk entry to a somewhat thin and under-carbonated tart light body with a hint of rubber. Finishes with a quick, tart apple core and stem and talc accented fade. A bit of a fleeting nose dive. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)

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