Bottle shared thanks to sjogro. Clear golden. Lots of fresh sweet apple, dank funk, light leathery, apple peel, oaky, dry earthy. Medium sweet, light bitter. Medium bodied and solid medium tannic dry. Great.
Bottle shared. Clear golden with a small short lived white head. Aroma of red apple, oak, tannins, yeast notes, soft funk and apple core. Flavour is moderate sweet and above light sour. Medium bodied, very dry and light carbonation.
Bottle at Tom Oliver session of Manchester Beer and Cider Festival: Poured a golden with white fast dissipating head. Aroma is sweet apples. Taste is nice carbonated sweet apples, light acidity.
750ml bottle at Tom Oliver Talk and Tasting, Manchester Beer & Cider Festival 2020. Oliver's Cider rating #50. Golden colour, white bubbly head that dissipates away and aroma of sweet stewed apple, caramel. Taste is sweet, juicy apple, caramel notes, with drying earthy tannins. Medium bodied, spritzy carbonation, sweet and dry tannic finish. Very drinkable.
75cl bottle from Scrattings. Pours clear gold, freshly pressed cider apple, keeved apple sweetness. Taste is very much in a French keeved vein, exceptionally fruity, verging on Doux in terms of sweet character, with a lightly dusty tannic presence, gently grippy, moderately sweet overall. Olivers does it again. Very good.