To state the obvious; what a lovely appley cider. Cold from the fridge and so refreshing. There is no artificial smell and comes across very natural. It holds a smooth finish with neither a sweet nor bitter aftertaste. A great tasting medium cider with just enough bubbles to let you know that it’s there. Given previous cider reviews, this was not at all as sweet as we were expecting.
"Very natural tasting"
It boils down to a very “normal” drinking experience. And with low alcohol drinks, this is what you want surely. A seemless transition. You enjoy a drink, it tastes as you want it to, the alcohol is significantly reduced.

Sit, sip and relax. It seems a simple pleasure when its presented like that.
ABV: 1%
Kcal per 100ml: 32
Serving size: 500ml

What the label says:
“A lightly sparkling cider made in the Hereford countryside from traditional varieties of bittersweet apples. It is matured in oak vats and then blended with pressed apple juice to produce a low alcohol cider that is still full of flavour. Great with a ploughman’s lunch or chunky ham sandwiches.”

Lowbrew Rating: 80%

Taste - 80%
Smell - 70%
Finish - 80%
Comfort - 84%
Value - 84%