picture of 2 Towns Ciderhouse The Bad Apple submitted by cidersays
picture of 2 Towns Ciderhouse The Bad Apple submitted by cidersays

The Bad Apple

2 Towns Ciderhouse, Oregon, United States
ABV: 10.5%
English style cider, sweetened with honey. Dry, very tart, and having rich fruit aroma.

Average Taste Ratings
My Taste Ratings


reviewer Slainte
Slainte (708) said:
This cider packs a nice punch, plus it has a complex taste and a nice, clean aftertaste. Very drinkable!
reviewer cidersays
cidersays (4587) said:
Lovely apple and honey notes with a bit of richness which can be difficult to find in an American cider. Well-hidden ABV besides a bit of warmth, so be careful with this one. Complex but simple at the same time. I think its a great value for the price point ($7-8 in my area). Yum!
reviewer Karibourgeois
Karibourgeois (1748) said:
Interesting taste. Oak comes through really nicely backed by a smooth honey taste. Also, get a bit of vanilla as well and just a touch of tartness and alcohol warmth. ABV is well hidden.
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reviewer Baptiste
Baptiste (252) said:
I had this a year ago and I believe they changed to recipe. This is a mead flavored cider. Too sweet with an overpowering honey flavor. Disappointing
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reviewer herharmony23
herharmony23 (2091) said:
At 10%, this is a strong drink. They will only serve it in a schooner size at Park Pub, and I just today had a half pint at Chuck's. It seems like they've tweaked this brew since I reviewed it a few months ago, but sadly, not at all for the better in my opinion. This cider today had a very sweet flavour upfront that was almost medicinal, and a bitter hit at the end of the swallow. Whatever it is they're trying to do with this one, for this small girl's tastes, they're failing miserably.
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reviewer lizsavage
lizsavage (1868) said:
This Oregon cider took me by surprise with its tangy biting flavor. Light in carbonation, semi-dry, with a tart finish. Nice cider for tasting bit I don't think I would drink more than one pint of it.
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