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This week's cider is produced by The Barossa Cider Co. in Adelaide using a blend of South Australian apples which are fermented in a tank.
A light golden crisp and refreshing cider with a fine carbonation, and rounded sweetness. It is rather soft and creamy on the palate and has a balanced acidic structure. Traditional cider enthusiasts may find this one a little on the sweeter side, however, this cider will hold great appeal to many.
At 5% alcohol, a 330ml bottle will provide you with 1.3 standard drinks.
Promoted as best enjoyed icy cold on a hot day, I found the flavour profile developed somewhat as it got closer to room temperature. I enjoyed this with a selection of French cheeses - something I have also greatly missed.
The Food Mentalist purchased The Barossa Cider Co's Squashed Apple Cider at Dan Murphy's for $3.99 per 330ml bottle.