And this is what I thought of them:
Rekorderlig apple and blackcurrant – Rekorderlig make delicious ciders and their boutique fruit variants are very popular. I thought this tasted too much like fun blackcurrant juice and not enough like cider.
Dirty Granny – tart, rich, tasty.
Cheeky Rascal – this is more alcoholic than I thought it would be, holding 2 standard drinks in one little bottle. Very good though. Didn't like the first taste but it grows on you.
Napoleone & Co. apple with pear – I'm drinking this as I write. It's light and slightly tart. Delicious.
John Kepplers – a rich colour and flavour, very alcoholic with the can holding 3 standard drinks.
Three Oaks – original apple, original pear, dry and sweet. I had the original apple on the first day of holidays in the shower – my first ever shower cider! It went down very easily but I suspect that was the situation rather than the drink. The sweet I enjoyed the first half of but didn't finish, same with the dry on NYE. The original Pear I left in the sand bag esky at the NYE party I went to.
Pipsqueak – I can only judge on half a bottle of Pipsqueak because I lost the rest to foam. Annoying to pour and doesn't taste as good as it does on tap at Archive at a Sunday session.
Bulmers apple cider – this actually went into the chorizo in cider dish I made for christmas brunch, but I love Bulmers. In the UK pub Magners vs. Bulmers argument, I'm Bulmers every time.