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Radstock, United...
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198 posts
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What make cider is there please

Manchester, United...
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597 posts
24 reviews
1. Re: Cider

They have their own turkish cider and strongbow is available. Cider costs a little more than beer, strongbow is about 8/9 lira and their own is 6/7 lira.

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451 posts
13 reviews
2. Re: Cider

Look around , i was paying 7 tl at the apartments last year for strongbow , so hope it`s the same price this year. Pity there is no dry blackthorn though, nectar.

Aberdeen, United...
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3,862 posts
27 reviews
3. Re: Cider

Local bottled cider is called Brothers.

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1,552 posts
37 reviews
4. Re: Cider

There's another bottled Turkish cider called Sevillen its not bad.

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1,354 posts
123 reviews
5. Re: Cider

Actually, the Sevillen really isn't bad at all. Its very light and fizzy but goes down very well about........... cider o'clock! Late afternoon when the sun is cooler, lovely. :)

Bodrum City, Turkey
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5,713 posts
47 reviews
6. Re: Cider

Yes, the Sevillen is lovely with lots and lots of ice - very thirst quenching.

Jak xx

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1,354 posts
123 reviews
7. Re: Cider

Mmm Jak, I could have one now!!!

Coventry, United...
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3,734 posts
83 reviews
8. Re: Cider

The Sevillen is nice, and doesn't seem that strong. It can come in different flavours like Strawberry, so you may have to ask for apple cider.

You could get Brothers last season, but that's a British perry, made from pears, not cider. Again, that tends to come in various fruit flavours.

Strongbow was cheap last season at the Tandoori Sizzler, but you had to be a member of the ICR forum.

Edited: 16 March 2012, 18:18
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