Woodchuck Mint

Woodchuck Mint

Continuing on our weekly theme of cider reviews, tonight I’m recapping a review of Woodchuck Mint.

Woodchuck Mint is that kind of product that you know won’t be very good, but you have to try anyway if only to say you gave it a go. The cider is from Woodchuck’s cellar series, which more generally speaking, I applaud for the creativity that they put into the series.

Melissa, Greg, Heather and I all gave the Mint a go. Summarily, we agreed that although not particularly delicious, it wasn’t as gross as we thought it would be. Flavor analysis included:
* Sour apple with a hint of mint
* Jolly Rancher and mint gum
* Toothpaste and apple juice (with a special note that fruit juice and toothpaste is normally the worst possible combo, but this kind works in the cider)

Would I recommend you buy a bomber of this stuff to drink by yourself? Hell no. Would I recommend you buy the bottle and share with 2-3 friends? Absolutely, assuming you’re in for an adventure.

-Lost

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.

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