Breton Cidre, Loic Raison Doux
The secret behind this delicious and fruity sweet cider? Showing character and freshness while still preserving its natural qualities of fruit and lightness.
The clear orange-yellow colour makes for a mouth-watering appearance. On the palate, lively, fresh, and sweet touches work together harmoniously. Aromas of lightly stewed apples will awaken your senses and your taste buds. This Loïc Raison Doux cidre is a fantastic accompaniment to desserts and sweet pancakes.
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Loïc Raison are committed to offering consumers an exciting range of French cidres with character, made to the highest standards and drawing on expertise acquired since 1923. They rigorously select all the raw ingredients used in their cidre production. Their Brittany orchards are carefully selected and apples are picked when perfectly ripe and stored under optimal conditions. Only the best apples are selected for production.
The Brittany cidres from Loïc Raison are the best-selling cidres in France. Unlike ciders or imitation ‘cidres’ made in Britain, French cidre is subject to strict laws on how it is produced and the ingredients that are used. This means that all Loïc Raison cidres are 100% natural with no added water, colourings, sugars, or additives. Discover the refreshing taste of Brittany today!
|Alcohol % by Vol.||2.0%|
|Closure Type||Champagne Cork|
|Style||Cider - Sweet|
Brittany is known as the cider "country" with it's famous cider names like Loic Raison and Kerisac. It is the second largest cider-producing region in France after Normandy.
Like French wine, cider often originates from single estates, some small farms may well sell you cidre fermier direct. If the label says cidre bouchê, the drink, bottled like champagne, will have undergone a second fermentation. Cidre doux is a weak sugary drink, rarely stronger than three percent, while cidre brut is a strong, dry variant of five percent or more.