picture of Samuel Smith Organic Cider submitted by herharmony23
picture of Samuel Smith Organic Cider submitted by herharmony23

Organic Cider

Samuel Smith, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
ABV: 5.0%
275 ml serving: 118 cal, 7.2g sugar English style cider, certified organic. Dry, smooth tasting, and mild fruit taste.


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Reviews

reviewer herharmony23
herharmony23 (1715) said:
I was at the actual Cidery outlet store in Tadcaster which is where I first had this cider. I had it again last night in an Indian restaurant of all things. From a bottle. It's really one of my favorites! Light clean taste and very refreshing.
2 likes
reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (2170) said:
Comes in a 550 ml bottle. The aroma is slightly malty, becoming woody. Nice pale gold colour. Flavour is initially light and crisp, becoming dry and tart, with earthy tones. Acceptable, but unexceptional. Was expecting a little more of this.
1 like
reviewer LambandFlag
LambandFlag (335) said:
Found a bottle of this at the Pint Shop in Oxford. Lots of additives put me off initially, but it is a pleasant cider with a vanilla aftertaste. I prefer something deeper with richer flavour.
1 like
reviewer Myopic_Celiac
Myopic_Celiac (54) said:
Samuel Smith's is one of my all time favourites. I've found it in Virginia, Maryland, and Colorado. It's a lovely British cider, though oddly enough I've never found it in UK. Somerset ciders will always be the best in my book. I've had the pleasure of sampling small batch local ciders all over UK, and I'm happy to have Samuel Smith's available year round.
1 like
reviewer danlo
danlo (1009) said:
Quite OK cider. Clear pale yellow colour, fizzy white head that quickly dissipates away and aroma of apples, spice, alittle woody. Taste is slightly tart apple with some spice and an earthy note. Light bodied, high carbonation, dry & tart at the finish. 500ml bottle.
reviewer KatieRobbins
KatieRobbins (12) said:
easy to drink, light, standard cider
reviewer Ashley_Lombardo
Ashley_Lombardo (184) said:
too sweet for me.

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