Posts tagged Medium/Dry Perry

Mostbaron Gourmetmost Preh Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: Mostbaron Gourmetmost
Cider Name: Preh
Region: Lower Austria, Austria
ABV: 7.5%
Taste: Medium/Dry
Served: Lightly chilled 750ml bottle
Smell: Sweet pears/Wine-like
Colour: Light straw/Almost clear
Clarity: Clear
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Salon des Mostes Festival, Austria
Date: 18/02/16

A week has flown by since my review of the Beard & Sabre Bubbly Shipment review and it’s time for another review for you guys. Maybe I’ll make it a regular Thursday thing? We shall see how life treats me, but it could well be a regular occurrence. Up next in my cider/perry journey I thought I’d go across Europe to Austria and try some of their perry that I completely forgot I had any left on my cider shelf. Tonight I shall be trying some of the Preh perry from Mostbaron Gourmetmost.

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Gwatkin Thorn (SV) Perry Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: Gwatkin
Perry Name: Thorn (SV) Perry
Region: Herefordshire
ABV: 7.5%
Taste: Medium/Dry
Served: Lightly chilled 750ml bottle
Smell: Pears/Wine-like/Oak
Colour: Very light golden/Almost clear
Clarity: Clear
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Bristol Cider Shop
Date: 15/05/13

Today I’ve had one of those days where I’ve been manic busy and had very little time to have a break, let alone think of cider for too long! Oh and I’ve had to deal with Bristol peak time traffic, which does cause your blood pressure to rise just a little. To calm myself down before I head to the pub quiz I’m going to have a new perry. Up today is the Thorn Single Variety (SV) Perry from Gwatkin.

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McCrindle’s Blakeney Red (SV) Perry Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: McCrindle’s
Perry Name: Blakeney Red (SV)
Region: Gloucestershire
ABV: 6.2%
Taste: Medium/Dry
Served: Half-pint at room temperature
Smell: Pears/Lightly rustic
Colour: Light straw/Yellow
Clarity: Lightly cloudy
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Bristol Cider Shop Cider Spectacular Festival
Date: 05/05/13

I had been helping out with the guys from the Bristol Cider Shop with their festival yesterday and after all that hard work I need to reward myself today with a lovely drink. Up first is the Blakeney Red Single Variety (SV) Perry from McCrindle’s.

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Ross-On-Wye Gin Pear (SV) Perry Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: Ross-On-Wye
Perry Name: Gin Pear (SV)
Region: Herefordshire
ABV: 6.5%
Taste: Medium/Dry
Served: Lightly chilled 500ml bottle
Smell: Sweet pear/Elderflower
Colour: Light straw
Clarity: Slightly cloudy
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Bristol Cider Shop
Date: 02/05/13

The weather has been absolutely wonderful today, I’ve had a stroll to the Bristol Cider Shop and got in 4 more beauties to try over the next few days. There’s a 50/50 split between the cider & perry, however today I just felt like a perry before the BBQ kicks off in a bit. Up first tonight is the Gin Pear Single Variety (SV) Perry from Ross-On-Wye.

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Ross-On-Wye Medium Dry Rum Barreled Perry Review

Vital Stats:

Producer: Ross-On-Wye
Perry Name: Medium Dry Rum Barreled Perry
Region: Herefordshire
ABV: 7%
Taste: Medium/Dry
Served: Lightly chilled 750ml bottle
Smell: Sweet pears/Rum/Oak
Colour: Light straw
Clarity: Clear
Carbonation: Still

Review/Tasting Notes:

Purchased From: Bristol Cider Shop
Date: 13/02/13

I had a day off the new ciders last night for a pancake eating competition. For anyone who knows me well, I have a huge appetite for my food, as well as my cider. Sadly this time I didn’t win it, but I had a lovely 10 pancakes to enjoy. Well, someone might say scoff them, but I like to say I enjoyed it too! To get back in the swing of things before my weekly pub quiz, I’m going to have a Ross-On-Wye drink to narrow down the 5 I have of theirs! Up tonight is their Medium Dry Rum Barreled Perry.

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