Appearance: clear apple juice. No head, no bubbles.
Nose: apple pulp. Zip of acidity along the edges with fresh lemon zest. Crispness of apple skin. Pears wisp in and out. Simple and pleasantly apple sweet.
Palate: simple sweet fresh crushed and juiced apples. Hint of artificial sugary sweetness which grows borderline saccharine; teeth ache. Honey along the sides. Lemon skin. More sugar atop the middle of my tongue.
Final Thoughts: meh. Having tasted far better ciders I can appreciate what Woodchuck has done over the years for bringing cider to the drinking public, but still just too sweet. Maybe some ice would help…
(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)