After reading several internet reviews, I can only conclude that either most people don't know what cider tastes like or the four cans my wife purchased were off.
There is an underlying apple in a slightly sweet cider, the flavour suggests a comination of a poor choice of yeast, high temperatures and very poor quality apples, possibly a stalled ferment. On the nose, it reminds me of windfall apples rotting on the ground.
Nasty and a waste of hard earned dollars.
One of the worst ciders I've ever tasted.
Not a fan
Can say I really like this cider and I have tried many. Has got a strong apple taste and I feel this is below your 5seeds and strongbow ciders but priced bait higher. I'd stay clear there's much better and this while not drinkable, it's not what you want in a cider
I didn't spit it out
Not a great taste. Much better out there
I lovely refreshing drink that can be easily devoured in summer.
I've only recently tried Coldstream, and on first taste it seems like good value for money and a viable alternative to the more expensive premium ciders out there.
I think I may need to buy some more and further my testing!
Coldstream Cider is fermented with a champagne yeast and, afterwards, undergoes six to eight weeks of cold conditioning at close to zero degrees.
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