Scottish for conspicuous, there’s no missing the bright color of this cider. It comes from chokeberries, also called aronia berries. The small, deep purple fruit is bitter and astringent on its own, but fermented with sweet juice from Stayman, Rome, and Jonagold apples it yields a complex cider, dry and slightly tannic, with strawberry and cherry aromas.
Alcohol 8.50% | 750 ml
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