Maison Sassy Brut Cider 5.2% - 6 x 750ml - Hand-Crafted Traditional Normandy Fruit Cider, Premium-Quality, Low Calorie, Gluten Free, 100% Natural & No Added Sugar
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and a taste of luscious, fresh apples in each moreish mouthful, this is a crisp, clear and uncomplicated cider to enjoy with your favourite Asian meal. It has a smooth effervescence, fresh apple flavours and the perfect balance between acidity, bitterness and roundness.
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Sassy has now become the go-to choice for the world’s culinary elite – Joel Robuchon Alain Ducasse Alexandre Gauthier Anne-Sophie Pic David Toutain Gregory Marchand the lists goes on – as well as top mixologists and bartenders from Paris to Hong Kong. If you’re calorie-conscious, Cranes also has 30% fewer calories compared to brand leaders, with only 220 calories per bottle. Our bins hold 18-24 bottles of wine or Champagne or 2-3 cases of lager when filled with ice and water.Nos créations sont produites à partir de différentes variétés de pommes rigoureusement sélectionnées. It's been thought that the Celts were fermenting apples to make cider as far back as 3000 BCE, but Julius Caesar’s first invasion of Britain in 55 BCE led to the introduction of dedicated cider apple farmers and more sophisticated orchard care.
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The recipe is a heavily-guarded secret that combines almost twenty different varieties of apple including the pink-fleshed Geneva Crab that give it its distinct colour. He puts this low alcohol down to shorter fermentation times which they cut short by chilling to leave a little residual sugar.The four brothers currently running the show come from 14 generations of cider makers, who have been making light, refreshing cider for local pubs from their base in Somerset since 1658. We may think of cider as a rather British endeavour, but Maison Sassy has been making cider (and Calvados) from its family estate in Normandy, France, since 1852. When you come in, you can find your new favourite bottle at our tasting counter, hire glasses, flutes and chiller bins free* and pick up some ice.