Thatchers RoséABV 4% | Sweet and sparkling
Thatchers Rosé is bursting with refreshing apple flavours and nose-tickling sparkles. It’s made with a blend of rosy-red dessert apples including Cripps Pink, Fuji and Gala.
Great for celebrations, it’s the life and soul of the party. Never fails to light up a room.
Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs. Gluten free. Contains sulphites for freshness.
Thatchers Rosé is a sweet sparkling cider. We blend dessert apples like the tangy Cripps Pink (known as the Queen of Apples), with the honey-notes of Fuji and the floral aroma of Gala. All perfectly crafted with a distinctive rosy colour. It’s a drink that loves company – and best when it’s chilled. Like all of us!
If there’s one thing we love (apart from cider) it’s a challenge. To create our sparkling Rosé we had to marry traditional techniques and state of the art technology to bring out the best in our perfectly ripe rosy apples. It’s all about the timing. Mainly the good times!
Goes Well With…
Try it with fresh Ruby Chard and Ricotta parcels. Equally good with a Thai red chicken curry, or even a watermelon and haloumii salad. Delicious!
ROSES ARE RED COCKTAIL
Bursting with juicy, fruity flavours, nothing says ‘party’ like this sparkling beauty.
- Thatchers Rosé
- Cranberry Juice
- Mixture of fruit (Blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and slices of red apple)
- Fill the glass with a mixture of 2 parts Thatchers Rosé cider to one part Prosecco
- Add a splash of cranberry juice
- Add a handful of ripe and juicy blackberries, raspberries and strawberries
- Slice and add red apples to finish
Sip. Savour. Enjoy with friends!
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