The Cider Correspondent has been lax of late neglecting her cider drinking duties. We picked up a bottle of McIvor’s Medium Cider at the weekend. It’s made up in Armagh from the famous apples in that part of the world. She described it as fruity and sweet and without the sharp aftertaste that you get with Bulmers. The verdict? Lovely.
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MacIvors isn’t actually made in Armagh…. It is not pressed in Armagh, bottled in Armagh and its doubtful if the apples even come from armagh
That’s a pity, I hate being misled…