Woodchuck’s Seasonal Belgian White Cider Review
I'm always on the search for new cider flavors. I prefer semi dry or dry ciders, I don't like the really sweet ones. Unfortunately, most of the most popular ciders across the country are super sweet. So when I find one with a nice balance, I feel the need to share with people. That's how I would describe Woochuck's seasonal Belgian White Cider: balanced.
I've heard of Belgian style beer before, but never Belgian style cider. Reading the label, it says european style cider. I had no idea what to expect to be honest with you. But, it was $9.99 a six pack so I figured I'd take the gamble.
I poured the cider into a pint glass when I got home. By the way, if you're drinking cider straight from the can, get some class and get some good glassware. Anyway, I noticed right away how this had a cloudy full darker color look to it. It was cloudy, but it wasn't pulpy. It was smooth to drink, and it had a slight added orange fruity flavor.
It's very drinkable. Not too sweet, but also definitely not a dry cider. I would say if you were to put this on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being dry and 10 being super sweet, this would be about a 6.5.
The cider is also more noticeably more carbonated than most other ciders, which is actually kind of nice.
In summary, Woodchuck's Belgian White Cider is a purchase I'll be making again, and I'll be adding it to my regular rotation.