Brewed by Bulmers Ireland (C&C Group)
Style: Cider
Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland


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RATINGS: 19   MEAN: 2.27/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
Linden Village Cider is a tactical brand produced in the republic of Ireland by Bulmers Ltd.

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Beerlovindude (1) - IRELAND - APR 19, 2017 does not count
I think because it’s cheaper than bulmers people automatically go against it . Pint glass full of ice and you could almost think your drinking bulmers light , but this has a kick to it . Me personally if find this much easier to drink , Bulmers repeats on me and gives me gas. Fooled a friend who loves bulmers light by giving him a pint glass with ice of linden village , he is still in shock. Ha ha. Now this sucker is 6% so take it easy !!

zvikar (6068) - Ramat Gan, ISRAEL - NOV 4, 2016
Yellow, small head, aroma of apple, peach, strawberry, flavor of apple, sweet, strawberry, medium bodied.

tomer (3454) - Rishon Le Zion, ISRAEL - NOV 18, 2015
At a tasting, thanks, no head, clear deepish yellow color, ripe Apple aroma, very sweet and alcoholic, a bit bitter. Bad, feels artificial.

DSG (14685) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - NOV 15, 2015
Can sample at a tasting at troubles’s place. Thanks Tom L. 6%. Clear golden. Sweetish apples aroma with some sulphur. Sweet and sugary flavor with apples, a bit of sulphur, and an alcoholic note.

scaldybould (1) - - JUL 14, 2014 does not count
honestly, despite all yee naysayers nobody... I mean nobody can stop the value, the taste and raw power of the Linden V! All hail the V.... I started drinking heavy dosages of V about three weeks ago, now im waiting for a liver transplant...and you know what, Ill still rob my own mother to buy fifteen cans of the sweet V! I vociferate, I love the bleedin V!

culchiem (3924) - Berlin, GERMANY - APR 2, 2014
Can. Clean golden with no head, light carbonation. Aroma is light apple. Flavour is apple, pear, sweet and dry.

stravale (3055) - Near Carrick-on-Shannon, IRELAND - MAR 7, 2014
Can from Tesco. ’Linden Village Medium Dry Irish Cider’ 6% abv [070214]
Light amber, clear, no head
Aroma - soft chemicals, little aroma, no apple, dab of alcohol, poor aroma
Taste - slight apple, sweet, tastes like economy cider
Palate - medium carb, light body, sweet palate. Finish mainly sugar water

BeerItsNice (95) - IRELAND - OCT 31, 2012
A clear golden colour with little to no head. Aroma of apple with a flavour to match and a little dry to finish. Very similar to the Linden Village Strong Cider.

garthicus (2925) - Dublin, IRELAND - SEP 29, 2012
Can. Appearance: Light orange, no head, no visible carbonation. Aroma: Mild apple and pear, a little sulpher, sweet and dusty. Flavour: Super sweet, artificial apple, sulpher, cardboard, quite sweet and dry. Inoffensive.

Blonkers (1) - IRELAND - AUG 22, 2011 does not count
Pretty decent cider. Quite cheap, costs 1.49 per can where I live which is pretty competitive compared to other ciders out there. Big head when pouring with a lot of froth when pouring but evaporates almost instantly. Goes flat extremely fast. Horrible aroma. Cant quite understand why as amost every other cider smells quite appealing to me but there is just something about this one I dont like. Orangey colour is the exact same as every other cider yet it almost looks like apple juice for the lack of fizz on it. Clear apple taste very average for a cider with a distinctly sweet aftertaste. Its more something that teenagers would go bushing with than a real cider a man would favour. Pretty average in all respects and doesn’t really stand out. Worth a once off try but I dont really see many people coming back to it.

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