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Old 12-28-2012, 04:21 PM   #21
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As anyone tried Aspell dry English cider? If you like dry ciders give this one a try. Dry, crisp, clear, and just enough sweetness to give an apple taste. They also have a semi-sec that I have not tried yet but plan on doing so the next time I purchase a cider. And as a bonus they come in a 500ml wine bottle that is capped, for those that reuse bottles and like unusual ones.


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Old 12-28-2012, 06:34 PM   #22
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As anyone tried Aspell dry English cider? If you like dry ciders give this one a try. Dry, crisp, clear, and just enough sweetness to give an apple taste. They also have a semi-sec that I have not tried yet but plan on doing so the next time I purchase a cider. And as a bonus they come in a 500ml wine bottle that is capped, for those that reuse bottles and like unusual ones.
Yes! Aspell is good stuff... Fun shaped bottle too...



Here is one up on my cider deco shelf...
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