Alright fellas, here we go again. It's a Tuesday night, I have an 8 a.m. in the morning, and it's time for a booze review.
Let's get this shit started.
After the first sip, you can tell that this cider exhibits a pleasant dry-champagne taste. While this cider is still sweeter than Lumberjack, it will still impress those who prefer a more traditional cider flavor compared to the Red Apple shits you might find in the supermarkets of today.
Personally, I fucking hate cider that is too sweet. It's tough on the stomach, tough on taste, and an absolute bitch of a hangover. For that reason, this cider definitely has a spot in my top 5 for taste.
Down the hatch without a hitch.
Maybe a little heavy on the carbonation if beer bonging is your go-to method of consumption, but if you choose to do this you will definitely be impressed with the intensity and clarity of the champagne flavor.
According to Original Sin, their hard cider is fermented with 2 different kinds of champagne yeast and you can really tell when you let it rip.
Coming in at $12.00 for a six-pack of 12-ounce bottles at 6%, it definitely seemed reasonable in the store. Around $2.00 a bottle is what I seem to be averaging so far and I really think this is a step above in quality so I'm good with that.
Yes! Like all ciders, Original Sin Hard Cider is gluten-free as apposed to gluten-reduced. Need a lesson on the difference? Check it out here.
Great all around cider. If I were in the store looking for a refreshing summer cider, I think that the original sin would be my go to.