Thatchers HazeABV 4.5% | Cloudy and sweet
The only cloudiness we like is in our Haze cider. A thirst-quenching combination of Discovery, Falstaff, Gala and Jonagold apples are crafted into this crisp, sweet cider.
Great for relaxed occasions, the simple pleasure of being with your mates and having the warmth of the sun on your face.
Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs. Gluten free. Contains sulphites for freshness.
Thatchers Haze is refreshing, cloudy and sweet. It’s blended from early Discovery, crunchy Falstaff, ever-popular Gala and sweet Jonagold apple varieties. But which one brings the natural cloudy appearance? You guessed it…the Jonagold.
Haze came into the world smiling – a perfect twist of ancient and modern. Traditional ciders were always cloudy, while contemporary drinkers love a refreshingly sweet, crisp finish. This premium Somerset blend creates that balance perfectly.
Goes Well With…
The sweet freshness of this cider means it will easily carry strong aromatics and a little chilli heat. Try with Cheddar and Chorizo Croquetas or a Mango Chicken Curry. Sticky, charcoal BBQ flavours also work well with Haze, as does sunshine and laughter.
Tea and cider? We’re not joking. This is one seriously delicious cocktail. Try it, you’ll like it…
- 25ml Bourbon
- 25ml Fruit Tea Syrup [link]
- 125ml Thatchers Haze
- Combine the Bourbon, Fruit Tea Syrup & Thatchers Haze in a glass filled with ice cubes.
- Garnish with some fresh fruit – we like to use apple slices!
You can also serve warm. Just gently heat and serve in an enamel mug.
Sip. Savour. Enjoy!
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