Dan Kelly’s Cider
This week I would like to recommend Dan Kelly’s Cider.
This is a new cider from the Boyne Valley and it’s very tasty indeed. It’s crisp, full of flavour and has a dry finish. There’s a soft sweetness to it too and it’s not overly fizzy.
Named after their Great Grandfather, Dan Kelly’s Cider, is made from hand-picked apples which are grown in the family orchard, so you know they are going to put their heart and soul into it, and it really shows.
I really love a good cider and especially at this time of year. So if the mood takes you, check out Dan Kelly’s Cider, it’s tasty, very tasty indeed.
Dan Kelly’s Cider comes in a 500ml bottle and is 4.5% abv. It costs around €4 in all good Off Licences.
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