Sheppy's Taylor's Gold Cider (Bottle)

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Brewed by Sheppy’s Cider
Style: Cider
Taunton, England

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RATINGS: 18   MEAN: 3.26/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.2/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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Bottled only - available in 500ml bottles.
A medium-sweet, single varietal cider made with the Taylor’s Sweet apple variety.

Taylor’s Sweet is an old Somerset cider apple, it is a mild and delicate variety which produces a cider with a light, refreshing flavour, and subtle aroma. This is a medium to sweet cider.

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3.1
gegwilson (3752) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 27, 2017
Bottle from Booths. Pours golden. The taste is sweet stewed apples at first with a little sherbet and a touch of farmyard. Lingering sugary finish. Refreshing and pleasant easy drinking sweet cider.

2.7
ManVsBeer (10795) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - SEP 20, 2016
Bottle from Booths, Media City. Pale golden cider. Sweet with its apple in its taste, it’s a little dense with its texture in this respect, whilst its nose gives off a rubbery aroma.

3.3
HenrikSoegaard (14291) - Randers, DENMARK - JAN 22, 2016
Bottle. Yellow colour. Powerfull apple aroma. Moderate dry and light sweet powerfull apple flavor. Some nice barnyrad notes. Average finish oily palate. A Little too fizzy but overall a nice cider.

4
Philym (1003) - St Neots, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - MAY 7, 2014
Appearance: Clear golden, straw with bubbly white head on the pour. Aroma: Barnyard, leather, apple, musky, leaves, earth, band aid. Taste: Low/medium sweetness and tannin with medium acidity. Palate: Thick grainy texture, light/medium body, average carbonation, lingering dry, musky, band aid apple finish. Comments: Lovely.

3.7
minutemat (5804) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - DEC 6, 2013
500ml bottle from Beer Ritz, Leeds. Pours quite a clear yellow, with a light yet assured vanilla sweet taste. Can’t work out why this got such an average rating.. for a sweet cider this has a great well-rounded blend that really hits the spot.

3.3
danlo (3137) - Darlington, Durham, ENGLAND - NOV 7, 2013
500ml bottle. Clear pale yellow colour, thin white foam head and aroma of juicy apple & melon. Taste is sweetish apple with a woody, smokey edge and some melon notes. Oily mouthfeel, light to medium bodied, soft carbonation, dry tartness at the finish. Quite drinkable.

3.8
worldbeertaste (1806) - West Midlands, ENGLAND - OCT 2, 2012
Light pale yellow with a frothy quick disappearing lacy white head. Smells of juicy sweet apples without any chemical or candy. Just apples. Tart and vanilla. Medium oily body. Tastes very sweet but fully natural with a nice light acid woody bitterness on the dry finish. Nice balance. Refreshing

2.8
Benjii (3049) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 23, 2012
Bottle from Margiotta’s. Poursw a yellow colour with a thin white head. Aroma of apples, oak and alcohol. Similar flavours with moderate carbonation and CO2 prickle. A little dry to finish.

3
gunnfryd (15098) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - MAY 18, 2011
Bottle. Golden colour with some white bubbles. Aroma is smoked apple, alcohol, apple. Flavour is dry, sweet, apple, sourness. Medium body. OK Cider.

3.3
fonefan (49999) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 22, 2011

Bottle 500ml. clear glass.

Clear medium orange yellow color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly diminishing, white head. Aroma is moderate to light heavy apple, yellow and red apples, light barnyard, vanilla notes. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and light acidic with a average to long duration, dry. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is flat. [20110319]


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