We absolutely love hiking the trails around Brickworks. They are beautiful and have the added bonus that once you are done your hike you can reward yourself with a drink!
That’s how we first tried Ernest Cider.
Ernest uses local apples (duh!) and a touch of local honey. Generally I find adding sweetener to a cider is a bit much but we shall see how it effects the overall flavour.
Ernest Dry Cider comes to $3.25 and sits at 6.3% ABV.
Here be the tasting notes:
Appearance: Light straw. No head. Filtered.
Aroma: Honey, brown sugar and melon.
Taste: Balanced honey and a bit of smoke. Bit of tree bark but a punch of brown sugar.
Aftertaste: Simple, short and dry.
Overall: A wonderful dry Cider.
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