The Waitrose & Partners Farm, UK

picture of The Waitrose & Partners Farm Cox's apple cider 2020 submitted by RedTed
picture of The Waitrose & Partners Farm Cox's apple cider 2020 submitted by RedTed

Cox's apple cider 2020

ABV: 6.0%
500 ml serving:

English style cider. Dry, and smooth tasting.


Taste Properties


Reviews

reviewer RedTed
RedTed (815) said:
I think I am trying too hard to find something good to say about this cider. The best I can say is that there is nothing wrong with it. It's quite drinkable but equally unremarkable.
Reviewed on 02 Nov 2021
4 likes
reviewer Judge
Judge (15075) said:
Lime water in colour, clear with moderate light fizz. Single variety cider. No info given on who makes this for Waitrose. Very little fruit aroma with chemicals. Eating apple flavour. A bit watery and uninspiring.
Reviewed on 08 Jan 2022

3 likes
reviewer RorySkywalker
RorySkywalker (203) said:
I really like this. It’s a medium dry cider, which is slightly on the drier side - and a lovely natural sweetness due to it being a single variety cox apple. It has a good nose, light floral and fruity, champagne colour with a light fizz. It’s initial taste is sour, as it is a single variety cox with a medium length. The dryness lingers, which I love in a cider as it adds to its complexity and depth. It’s light acidic It’s slightly lighter on taste (think of a thin tasting granny smith) than other single varieties and other reviewers have condemned it, saying it’s nothing special. I really like this cider - and it’s all down to opinion. It’s refreshing and hardly touched the sides as it went down - and at 6.0%ABV isn’t too strong. I’ve given it 5/5 because it’s a gorgeous tasting dry cider that deserves a good score as it’s a single variety and therefore cannot rely on a blend to convert it into something remarkable. Who is making this for Waitrose? I’ve yet to discover, but will do some digging around to try and suss it out.
Reviewed on 31 Jul 2022
2 likes

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