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Re: [nafex] Re: Off topic- Cider history opinions

Hi Kevin,

Is Bulmer's cider any indication of how true Enlish cider would
taste, or is it just another Woodpecker?

Makes me wonder...  If I thought Bulmer's was nice, what would I think of
true English cider?

According to the link, cider has to be fermentted to be called cider, so
saying "hard cider" would be redundant.  Fresh pressed apples gives you
fresh apple juice, and store bought apple juice is nothing but a ghost of
what it once was. (bravo, in my opinion)

Happy New Year,


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