Is Thistly Cross real cider?

Thistly Cross is a collaboration between a farmer and an artist, produced on the East Coast of Scotland. Our ciders are handcrafted in small batches using real fruit, slow fermented & long matured.

Who makes Thistly cross cider?

Peter Stuart
Peter Stuart, Thistly Cross founder and cider artist, was delighted with the latest additions to the Thistly family.

Where is Thistly cross cider made?

We are Thistly Cross, Scotland’s leading cider producer. Situated in the beautiful East Lothian coast in one of the sunniest areas of Scotland, we are focused on producing fantastic tasting ciders.

Is Thistly Cross cider dry?

Scotland’s original cider, a clear golden, smooth, medium dry cider from a multi-award winning maker in the heart of East Lothian. A classic farmhouse cider, made with a blend of Scottish apples. Matured over 6 months, it’s refreshing and fruity.

Is Thistly cross cider fizzy?

We are dealing with a lightly sparkling cider with a very full and thick mouth feel. The finish is long and smooth.

Is there a Scottish cider?

Lost Orchards Cider is a premium Scottish cider made from apples grown and pressed in Dundee, Scotland.

Is cider stronger than beer?

Because there are more styles of beer, it’s alcohol content can vary, but common beer styles often range between 4% and 10%. According to the Food and Drug Regulations in Canada, cider cannot contain less than 2.5% or over 13% alcohol by volume.

Is cider alcohol good for you?

Like beer, cider also contains a healthy dose of antioxidants thanks to the apples and apple skin (which contains tannins). It’s said that half a pint of cider contains as many antioxidants as a glass of red wine. Again, quite evenly matched.

What mixer goes with Kopparberg rum?

When the sun sets and the volume rises, nothing goes down better than a Kopparberg Rum. Served over mountains of ice with coke or lemonade and a wedge of lime – or mixed in your favourite cocktail – this is guaranteed to make the night one to remember.

Is Kopparberg real cider?

It is their lack of apple content that legally means they are not really cider. Kopparberg is made from ‘naturally occurring soft water’, fruit juice, sugar, acidifier (citric acid), flavouring, and potassium sorbate. No mention of any apple content at all.