Written on: 03/03/2014 by Harrison-W (1 review written)
Strongbow is not cider, there are no 'cider' apples in the stuff, just a paste made from boiling down Bramley apples so they can keep a consistent taste, this is fermented to a well over 20% and then watered dawn, so instantly it is 80% water as well as tasteless and colourless... Then acids are added to give the product a glimmer of taste as well as bags of sugar to make it drinkable Any craft ciders made this way would be disqualified from being "real cider".. If you are a true cider drinker… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2010
By far the worst cider I've tasted. It is a little too sour to be tasty in first place, but it is the actual lack of any flavour that ruins the experience. It tastes like...nothing. To be fair, it seems to be one of the cheaper ciders so maybe it is unfair to compare it to the likes of Henry Weston Vintage, but it is certainly much worse than the likes of Magners. So I'd really not recommend this one… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2010
This is disgusting, full of additives like sweetners! try Green Goblin if you want a real cider… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2010 by doug714 (9 reviews written)
Very cheap, also high percentage so its a good lager to get you drunk. Also a refreshing cider for on a hot day. There are better ciders such as bulmers, but for the price strongbow is a good cider, crisp and easy to drink. Reccomended… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2009
i think strongbow is one of the best ciders available on the market. i would highly recommend this to my family and friends, i find it very refreshing and think of any thing i dont enjoy about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2009
I've never been much of a cider drinker sticking mostly to beers, wines, scotches and vodka. I first tried Strongbow Dry in my early 50s (10 years ago) and it has become my summer drink of choice. It has a healthy kick and none of the bloating associated with most beers.
I prefer it extra cold and always order it with a side glass full of ice and a twist of lime… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2008 by tinman20001967 (1 review written)
Has i have said, it is a good old English drink, have four or five to start with, before going on to spirits.
It is what it is...cider and that is it!..No messing. The best cider comes from summerset and it should look dark brown and come in a demijohn. Drink has much has you can on a summer's day....enjoy.
Well it has helped me out in life, when i come back from the pub, i feel better for it all right. I look on cider like this, a bit like a walking stick, it helps me stand up for a bit… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/02/2008 by Josso (10 reviews written)
I'd say the taste of strongbow is better than a lot of ciders I've tried in the past. However, unlike other ciders I find that after a few cans you want to have some variety and swap over to something else. You can't buy entirely Stronbow and have an flawless night in my honest opinion, you need variety - and with other forms of cider I wouldn't say that this was the case necessarily… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2008
Strongbow cider is cheap and tastes lovely. Its brilliant and i could drink gallons of the stuff… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2007
A excellent drink,suitable for almost any occasion...usually reasonably priced as well. Strongbow Cider has a crisp refreshing taste. My favorite 'starting' drink before the spirits. A lot people will say they like it fresh out of the barrel, and it is very good, however i actually prefer it straight out of an ice cold can, aluminum improves the taste to me… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/05/2006 by lewis69lewis (14 reviews written)
The taste of Strongbow cider is very moreish, and if you have it with a bit of black it's lush. Have a pint next time your out!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/03/2006 by saltrampen2 (22 reviews written)
Having imbibed Strongbow on and off in several drinking establishments, I am convinced that all ciders are best enjoyed from a fresh barrel and that the taste changes more noticeably with time in comparison to Beer. At its best (ie. a fresh barrel), Strongbow is slightly lacking in taste but is basically OK. Once it it has been on tap for a while, it can start to taste slightly sharp/sour.....maybe I should complain, but I have noticed this in many pubs. I have never noticed this effect with… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2004 by ElizaF (2 reviews written)
Cider .. cider ... cider.
Go on, tell me what you are thinking when you hear that word
Is it a Worzel Gummage type of country person leaning on a gate in the sunshine, picking at their teeth with a piece of straw and slurping at something urine coloured and flat out of a clear bottle?
Is it the three shivering teenagers sharing a bulmers can behind the community school disco in the middle of winter?
Is it the remnants of Diamond White that lie in the gutter outside the pub that showed the… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/06/2004 by lightrevolution (14 reviews written)
Strongbow is a world renowned drink for getting, chipped, smashed and then crumbling into sickness.
Good value, you can get 8 for a fiver in most good off licenses… Read Full Review
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