picture of Loic Raison Brut submitted by cidersays
picture of Loic Raison Brut submitted by cidersays


Loic Raison, Brittany, France
ABV: 4.5%
275 ml serving: French style cidre. Dry, full bodied, with rich fruit aroma.

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My Taste Ratings


reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5095) said:
A Brittany France cider on the more commercial end. For some reason my bottle was flat, which made it taste even more juice-like. I didn't get much complexity at all - just apple and yeast. Definitely easy drinking. However, I prefer Celt or Dan Armor, both of which are less expensive too.
Reviewed on 17 Dec 2016
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reviewer Slainte
Slainte (711) said:
Nice for sipping. Straightforward semi-dry with a clean aftertaste.
Reviewed on 17 Aug 2015
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reviewer dunadan
dunadan (173) said:
A local Normandy cidre enjoyed harborside in Honfleur. Very funky smell, but not quite as strong when drunk. A little on the dry side for me.
Reviewed on 11 Jul 2019

reviewer danlo
danlo (1212) said:
275ml bottle in Cafe du Chatelete, Paris. Orange golden colour, thin white foam head and tangy apple aroma. Taste is sweetish, apple, with honey, caramel, some woody notes and slight tannins. Light bodied, spritzy carbonation, dry light tart & tannic finish. Quite drinkable.
Reviewed on 22 Aug 2017
reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (13056) said:
Comes in a small 275 ml bottle, suggesting it is intended more for sipping than thirst-quenching, and I would go along with that. The nose is strong, with yeast and cinnamon overtones. Similarly, the flavour is spiced, and suggestive of a fireside drink, sipped by the fire on a crisp, cold night. Would probably go quite well with a mince pie! Not going to be a favourite, but drinkable on the right occasion.
Reviewed on 23 Jul 2017

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