Thatchers GoldABV 4.8% | Smooth and golden
Gold showcases the very best of what cider making is all about. Crafted from a blend of our favourite apples, including Dabinett and Harry Masters Jersey, Gold sets the standard. A real ‘cider drinker’s cider’. Great with friends at the pub, the big match on TV or alongside your Friday night curry!
Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs. Gluten free. Contains sulphites for freshness.
Thatchers Gold is a refreshing medium dry cider. It’s blended from classic west country apple varieties like the bittersweet Dabinett and Harry Masters Jersey.
It’s tasted at 12.30pm every Friday by the Thatchers Family and if it isn’t perfect, it simply doesn’t leave the farm.
Gold sets the standard for discerning drinkers. We’ve perfected it over generations to become the apple cider others aspire to be.
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- 25ml Bourbon
- 20ml Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
- 20ml Sugar Syrup
- 20ml Egg Whites
- 2 dashes of Aromatic Bitters
- 80ml Thatchers Gold
- 15ml Red Wine
- Cocktail Cherry
- Add the Bourbon, Lemon Juice, Sugar Syrup, Egg whites & Aromatic Bitters to a shaker.
- Fill with cubed ice and shake vigorously.
- Add 80ml of Thatchers Gold to the shaker.
- Strain into a tumbler glass filled with ice.
- Add the float of Red Wine and top with a cherry
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