Newton Court, HEF, UK

picture of Newton Court Panting Partridge Perry submitted by kiyose
picture of Newton Court Panting Partridge Perry submitted by kiyose

Panting Partridge Perry

ABV: 5.3%
330 ml serving:

English-style perry. Semi-sweet, and having funky taste.


Taste Properties


Reviews

reviewer cidrtikmick
cidrtikmick (1653) said:
Golden, clear, fruity, sweetish. Had at Kidderminster beer festival.
Reviewed on 11 Nov 2023
4 likes
reviewer RichardH22
RichardH22 (1570) said:
A lightly sparkling refreshing perry emphasising that sweet pear flavour with a hint of citrus. A slight sour wine taste but quite moreish at the same time.
Reviewed on 06 Nov 2023
3 likes
reviewer GaryG
GaryG (965) said:
Clear still golden colour. Aromas of sweet pairs. Sweet initial pear flavours, followed by a slight sourness/ citrus notes on the end. Pleasen, but I think a pint is too much.
Reviewed on 01 Nov 2023
3 likes
reviewer CiderBill
CiderBill (62) said:
Yellow/light straw colour, clear, low carbonation, ripe pear nose with slight hint of sulphite. Clean pleasant flavour with medium body, sweet pear & lychee flavours. Gentle tannins hit the middle of your tongue and flavours build the more you sip.
Reviewed on 15 Jul 2022
3 likes
reviewer Judge
Judge (19013) said:
Yellow colour, light carbonation and clear. Pear and elderflower aroma. Fresh fruit flavour but a bit vinegary. Soft mouthfeel.
Reviewed on 07 May 2021

3 likes
reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5160) said:
Herefordshire England perry, on draft at the Schilling Cider House. Pear-forward with some citrus, but I wasn't a fan of the slight sourness, although that seems common with English perries (even if ciders from the same cidery aren't).
Reviewed on 13 Aug 2017
3 likes
reviewer AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks (105) said:
330ml clear glass; pours a light pale straw, very soft carbonation; on the nose floral and fruit-forward- notes of pear, elderflower and lychee, with a kiss of lemony acidity, ghosts of farmyard funk and soft leather; on the palate smooth and rounded, gentle effervescence carries notes of pear sweetness, lemon and lime acidity, velvety elderflower in the background; light bodied, medium finish with short lingering pear and lychee aftertaste
Reviewed on 28 Feb 2023
2 likes
reviewer Fegrig
Fegrig (191) said:
super smooth, no bubble, medium sweet boxed Perry with a good taste that lingers. Favourite Perry awarded to Panting Partridge 😁
Reviewed on 11 Jan 2018
2 likes
reviewer overground
overground (87) said:
Mild, not noticeable ABV
Reviewed on 04 Feb 2023
1 like
reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (13101) said:
Comes in a 1 litre plastic jug. Pale golden, with an aroma of overripe pear, sweet hay, and a light funk. Buttery pear, with an edge of vinegar, and a spiced finish. Not one I would want a second pint of in the day, but an enjoyable, and warming, perry; perhaps one for the fireside? Obtained direct from Newton Court.
Reviewed on 28 Aug 2018
1 like
reviewer herharmony23
herharmony23 (2594) said:
As Perries go, this is fairly ok.
Reviewed on 27 Dec 2017

1 like

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