Rekorderlig Winter Cider (500ml Bottle)
Sweden’s favourite premium cider, Rekorderlig, is giving you something special to enjoy during the chilly season, with the launch of its new limited edition winter cider.
Made from pure spring water, which runs directly under the fourth generation family brewery in Vimmerby, Sweden, the semi-sweet styled winter cider is deliciously light and refreshing. New Rekorderlig Winter Cider is a sensuous blend of apple infused with vanilla and cinnamon to create a truly stunning cider packed full of winters flavours and aromas.
This winter treat boasts sheer indulgence with its two serving methods.It is perfect poured over ice, or served warm with a slice of orange to create the perfect mulled cider experience.
When enjoyed the traditional way, served cold over ice, strong vanilla tones emerge leaving an intensely crisp and refreshing cider.
When Rekorderlig Winter Cider is served warm it becomes the perfect winter warmer, as the flavours intensify and festive, spicy and cinnamon aromas are more prominent.
Whether you are cosying up in front of the fireplace or spending a day on the slopes, this festively designed cinnamon and vanilla infused cider is guaranteed to bring cheer and warmth to your winter season.
Carla Rawson, Rekorderlig Brand Manager, said “On the back of the hugely successful launch of Strawberry-Lime, Wild Berries and Pear we want to continue to excite and intrigue consumers with never seen before innovative and delicious product. We are thrilled to launch Rekorderlig Winter Cider and show consumers that cider can be enjoyed throughout the year.”
Made from fermented apple juice, cider comes in a number of varieties. English cider is dry, with fruity, tannic qualities and low carbonation. This can be found cask-conditioned in England. Normandy is another major cider-producing region, with a sweeter, more effervescent, very complex style. Ciders produced elsewhere are often sweet, simple beverages for mass consumption, though there are some good English-style ciders in North America and Norman-style ciders in Quebec.