Oliver’s Three Counties Perry Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: Oliver’s
Perry Name: Three Counties Perry
Region: Herefordshire
ABV: 6%
Taste: Medium
Served: Chilled 750ml bottle
Smell:
Colour: Golden/Straw
Clarity: Clear
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Oliver’s
Date: 30/12/12

We’ve had a long drive down to Cornwall, we’re all relaxed and comfortable in what will be our home for the next few days and it’s time to crack open a drink or 2 with our dinner. First up today is the Three Counties Perry from Oliver’s

Oliver’s always make a cracking tipple, from my experience, with their perry being absolutely sublime. I have my fingers firmly crossed it will be up with their Rock Perry, but only time will tell if they succeed in that or not! This is a medium perry, and as the name suggests, the pears are from the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Thankfully no sugar was added and it just gets its sweetness from the unfermented sugars in the pears. I’m far too excited and happy to ramble anymore, so I will just get this bad boy open!

It poured a lovely golden straw colour and has an amazing sweet pear aroma. I even got wine lovers purring over this one. It’s such a juicy, smooth and sexy pear taste and has a slight twang to the end of it to keep it interesting. This perry is so laid back it’s horizontal! It’s probably the easiest perry I’ve ever drank and so yummy. Don’t expect to be challenged highly, but expect an exquisite taste!

If this perry was a car, she would ooze so much class and is a gorgeous old-school model. You would spend so much time drooling over her and seeing what a beautiful model she is. The drive is smooth, comfortable and so easy. Well worth taking for a test drive and so much more.

Would I buy this again?: Yes
Overall Rating: 9/10

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