Reverend Nat's "The Passion" Tart Cider w/ Passion Fruit Juice, Oregon (750ml)

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Reverend Nat is a cider evangelist who hails from Portland, Oregon. He calls the Passion his "most sour cider yet," blending the dark-purple juice of passion fruit with that of dozens of aromatic heirloom apples. In 2015, he added El Salvadoran-grown, hand-toasted coconut meat and Mexican vanilla to the mix, creating a truly exotic, tart and tropical cider. A refreshing sip of escapism!

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Staff Image By: Nicole Osmanski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/10/2015 | Send Email
Rev Nat loves pushing the boundaries of cider-making, and his super sour passion fruit cider is no exception. He says it’s his most sour cider yet; I think it’s safe to say I’ve never had a more sour cider, and it rivals most sour beers! The Passion definitely has enough richness and sweetness to take on some of that acidity, though. It's rounded out too with coconut from El Salvador and Mexican vanilla, both of which mimic barrel aging flavor a bit. I love that Rev Nat sources his ingredients responsibly - a class act for sure! I'd definitely recommend the Passion to sour beer fans. For cocktailers who love shrubs, this makes a great mixer - awesome with Pisco!

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Alcohol Content (%): 6.9