Third of a pint on cask at the Doncaster brewpub. Very thin white head. Clear golden pour. Light bittersweet aftertaste.
Tap at Charters Bar, Peterborough. Poured a clear straw colour with a bubbly white head. The aroma is grainy sweet apple. The flavour is strong sweet with a smooth super sweet apple light alcohol, light floral palate. Medium bodied with soft carbonation. Served warm so sat last some of the flavours came through.
Draught @ Cottage Loaf, Llandudno. Pours hazy amber with a fresh floral aroma. Complex juicy, fruity taste with an interesting sweet character and some rogue wood varnish notes. A little sharp at times, and drier than expected but still pretty nice.
Draught at Cider Tap. Hazy golden colour, foam white head and aroma of apple, woody. Taste is earthy, leathery, apple skins and note of spice. Smooth mouthfeel, medium bodied, low carbonation, tart boozy finish. Quite drinkable.
Half pint festival Cider at JDWs Hamilton Hall. Amber-gold body. Bright surface. Smell of apples. Tart and sweet juicy taste of apples. Smooth in the mouth. Possible to drink and not overly sweet (London, 05.11.2012).
Plastic canister. Slightly hazy golden with no head. Aroma is apples, mild vanilla, wood and yeastyness. Flavour is tart, but also sweet apples with wood and vanilla. Semidry palate.
cask in cloisters ... golden amber ... sweet fruity apple nose... juicy sweet apple .. with lots of tanin apple peel in the linger ... quite juicy and pleasent drinking
Polypin @ Bon Accord. Light golden coloured. Nose is sweet apple. Flavour is sweet apple and wood. Dry finish.
Cask (gravity) @ The Bree Louise, 69 Coburg Street, Euston, London, England NW1 2HH.Clear medium orange color with virtually none head. Aroma is moderate apple, red apple, light sweet apple, well matured apples, floury apples, dry apple. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet with a long duration, dry, apples. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is flat.