picture of Le Brun Brut Cidre submitted by BushWalker
picture of Le Brun Brut Cidre submitted by BushWalker

Brut Cidre

Le Brun, Brittany, France
ABV: 5.5%
375 ml serving: French style cidre. Dry, with funky taste.


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Reviews

reviewer PricklyCider
PricklyCider (2834) said:
The pour is a clear deep golden hue with might effervescence. The aroma is phenolic apple. The taste is a dry tart and bitter apple. It hits all the notes. The mouthfeel is heavy and the carbonation adds depth. The finish is long with nice astringency. This is my kind of cider: dry, apple, bitter acidic, and astringent with nice carbonation. I really enjoy it.
Reviewed on 18 Jan 2020

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reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5096) said:
I liked the funk, and that it was drier but still flavorful, but wasn't a fan of the sourness. It was a surprise, as I didn't pick up any in their Organic Cidre or Poire, and typically Brittany cidres are fairly clean (in contrast to most Normandy cidres).
Reviewed on 08 Jun 2018
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reviewer Jdineen
Jdineen (53) said:
Nice flavor that is a little more complex than most American ciders but a little too sweet for my liking.
Reviewed on 27 Apr 2018
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reviewer AmandaSloan
AmandaSloan (27) said:
Nice and fruity, not a dry hoppy like some of the other hopped ciders I’ve had out of Austin
Reviewed on 29 Jul 2019
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reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (13057) said:
Comes in a 375 ml champagne bottle. Pale copper in colour, with an aroma of ripe fruit and leather. Cooked apple flavour, with soft tannins and a touch of wood. There is slight funk in the aftertaste, but light in comparison to other Breton ciders. Very drinkable, and more accessible to mainstream drinkers than similar Breton ciders.
Reviewed on 25 Mar 2018


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