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Tesco are doing 2L demijohns of Weston's Old Rosie cloudy cider for £5. Doesn't taste bad, in fact rather nice. Just doesn't taste particulary alcoholic, rather dangerous given that it's 7.3% abv. :ernyha:

 

As a bonus you can then use the demijohn for your sloe gin (other fruit liquers are available).

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That stuff is only just passable on the first day of opening, you're best off drinking it in one session or the next day it will be fowl!

 

 

How many empty demijohns are you hoping to save?

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That stuff is only just passable on the first day of opening, you're best off drinking it in one session or the next day it will be fowl!

 

 

How many empty demijohns are you hoping to save?

 

I only need a couple, maybe three.

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Tesco are doing 2L demijohns of Weston's Old Rosie cloudy cider for £5. Doesn't taste bad, in fact rather nice. Just doesn't taste particulary alcoholic, rather dangerous given that it's 7.3% abv. :ernyha:

 

As a bonus you can then use the demijohn for your sloe gin (other fruit liquers are available).

Bought one a while back, drank 3 quater of it, next day decided to finish it and it tasted like ****! Down the sink it went. Mrs washed it out and cracked it... how I don't know. Couple of weeks back picked up a 2 litre jar, 1lb of damsons, sugar and gin. Shaked every day for a week and now it's sat in the dark fermenting! Going to taste lovely this one

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