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Doc’s Sour Cherry

August 6, 2012

Many people are probably familiar with Doc’s Cider. They make a fabulous product with a nice and distinct group of tap handles that can be found in plenty of bars, both lower and higher end. However, what at least I didn’t know about, was that the cider is produced by a full winery and distillery in New York. The Warwick Valley Winery produces a full line of wines, a gin, and of course their variety of ciders. As a sucker for things with cherries in them, I was very excited to see their Sour Cherry on a menu recently.

The Sour Cherry pours a beautiful clear pink color. It smells of deliciously ripe cherries, fresh from the tree. The mouthfeel is wonderfully light, and smooth, with an almost juice like consistency. There’s a strong sweet taste of cherries, with a light hint of biscuits giving it the barest feelings of a cherry pie. The Sour Cherry ends with a flat almost empty ending that somehow actually manages to compliment it overall.

Doc’s Sour Cherry is definitely worth a taste if you get the chance.


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