Like my previous review of the Woodchuck Summer Time Cider, the Local Nectar Cider came from the “Cluster Chuck” variety pack. It was a surprising find, primarily because of the unique label that stood out from the other bottles in the pack. Because of this, I thought it was a… Read More →
The cider is definitely a summer sipper – light bodied and refreshing. Sweet and tart at the same time with a subtle blueberry flavor in the middle of it all.
The Rojo is one of a select few ciders coming from Bantam Cider Company out of Cambridge, MA. They take their time to refine their recipes, and it shows in the final products. The Rojo incorporates ale yeast that ferments on the dry side. It is aged with sour cherries and black peppercorns…. Read More →
They say the recipe originates from 1670 colonial America. It probably should’ve stayed a part of history since it falls a little short on all accounts.
I rarely come across a beverage that i cannot finish, but this was one of them. It really didn’t have much going for it.