The Brew Review

March 1, 2006

Magner’s Irish Cider

Filed under: Irish — brewreview @ 9:55 pm

Magner’s Irish Cider

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Reviewed by: Guinness Girl & Oy Vey

Nationality: Irish

Tastes like: Circle of Friends

Comments:

“Flat, bitter, yuckity-yuck.” – Oy Vey

“I don’t mind it!  I think it’s not bad!” – GG

“I did not like this cider.  That’s my official commentary.” – Oy Vey

Guinness Girl continued sipping, and stuck to her guns that it wasn’t bad.  Oy Vey insisted it was and that it needed more bubbles.  So – it’s Circle of Friends because it’s not exactly funny or exciting, but GG liked it anyway.

Reviewed at: Coco’s

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4 Comments »

  1. I was never a “Beer” fan – however a friend recently introduced me to Magners and I instantly fell in love… my only comment is – the ONLY way to have a Magner’s is over ice!!!

    Comment by Shauna — June 13, 2006 @ 10:20 pm | Reply

  2. YUM! I used to drink Bulmer’s during my time in Dublin and from the looks of it, Magners is the US label for it. I miss that stuff!

    Comment by Crystal — June 14, 2006 @ 8:39 pm | Reply

  3. must be drunk with ice. agreed.

    as for more bubbles? i drink it BECAUSE its not as fizzy as other brands. cider isnt meant to be fizzy.

    Comment by irate pirate — August 20, 2006 @ 9:50 am | Reply

  4. this is all ever i drink when i am on vacation.i live in iceland and we dont have anything like this here.i am going very soon on vacation and i can already fell the taste in my mouth.i love this drink.

    Comment by robert — November 27, 2006 @ 10:15 pm | Reply


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