Magners Cider, Tipperary, IE
Magners Cider, Tipperary, Ireland
568 ml serving: 210 cal, 11.4g sugar
Semi-sweet, plus smooth tasting.
Better than most of the sweeter ciders commonly available in US establishments but has a bit of a funkiness to it that isn’t my cup of tea... erm, cider. 😜 not my first dry pick but not my last either... it’s mediocre.
Reviewed on 02 Apr 2019
Coloring and sugar added, which is nice to look at but leaves something to be desired. Like Bono, I still haven’t found what I was looking for (in this cider).
Reviewed on 08 Mar 2021
Orange colour, clear with moderate fizz but is really gassy to drink. Light mineral aroma. No discernible flavour and leaves a funny feeling in the mouth and throat.
Reviewed on 10 Oct 2022
Got cider at The Cavendish in Sheffield
Nice fruity apple cider, not so dry than British ones.
Reviewed on 05 Mar 2021
Comes in a pint (568 ml) bottle. Gassy and oddly orange in colour. Lacks any depth of flavour. Bland and disappointing. Avoid, unless you're really thirsty.
Reviewed on 16 Jun 2017
Got cider at Fountain News in Edinburgh
Sadly, quite average. Completely unoffensive though, a bit like apple juice. Drinkable enough, pretty dry.
Reviewed on 12 Nov 2017
Simple and drinkable. In the absence of another choice it is good. Otherwise it is generic and memorable
Reviewed on 12 Feb 2023
Bitter and dry. Not my favorite.
Reviewed on 07 Jan 2023
Tasted better in Ireland. Good standard cider that goes well with nearly everything. Great in the winter with a roaring fire.
Reviewed on 02 May 2020
Got cider at Murphy's Grand Irish Pub in Alexandria
Super refreshing yet light
Reviewed on 16 Sep 2019
Got cider at Harvey's Restaurant and Bar in Saratoga Springs
average tasting, cider.bottle
Reviewed on 10 Mar 2019
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