<This is a review of a sample can provided to Cider Says by Snow Capped. Although I will take care to treat it the same as any other review, there is always the potential for bias as I received this for free. The only consideration I knowingly made was pushing this up in my cider review que, considering it is a new release and the info may be helpful for folks deciding to purchase it. I love free stuff, especially cider! Want your cider or cider-related product reviewed here? Contact me.>
Cider: Colorado Peach
Cidery: Snow Capped
Cidery Location: Austin CO
How Supplied: 12oz cans (and kegs)
Style: American craft canned cider from Colorado-grown apples & peaches
Cider Description: Our high altitude peaches and apples unite for semi sweet richness, powerful fresh aromatic nose and smooth tart finish.
Cidery Description: We craft our ciders using stone fruit, heritage and cider specific apples grown in our 6,130 ft. elevation Colorado orchards. At the core of our ciders is a long history in fruit growing. For over a century and five generations our family has respected and developed the land entrusted to us. Today we are one of the largest apple producers in Colorado Growing fruit is both a passion and a privilege. Through generations we have succeeded in a high elevation environment, this is one of the most labor intensive, riskiest and extreme environments to grow apples, with fewer successful outcomes.
Price: ~ $10.49 / four cans
Where Bought: N/A
Where Drank: home
How Found: it showed up
First Impression: Medium amber hue. Low to moderate carbonation. Smells non-specifically fruity.
Tasting Notes: Semi-sweet. Medium bodied. Low to moderate tartness. Moderate acidity. No bitterness, sourness, funk, or tannins. Notes of tart green apple and stone fruit with a hint of lemon. Low apple flavor. Low to moderate complexity. Moderate overall flavor intensity. High sessionability.
My Opinion: I liked it. Nice peach flavor, and sweet but not too sweet.
Most Similar to: Incline White Peach (but sweeter & less tart)
Closing Notes: Next up I have their Cherry, Plum Lemongrass, Jalapearno, and 6130′ Dry varieties.
Have you tried Snow Capped Cider? What did you think?