Advantages definately taste the cherries
Disadvantages Way too sweet for me
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I seem to recall this little drink from my mid twenties, which was some cough cough years ago. I’m always on the look out for something different or new but certainly wasn’t looking for something old. Well actually it was my son who made the discovery on a quest for something different for his girlfriend. If I recall correctly it was Newcastle Amber, which was my drinking preference all those years ago, so I was intrigued to see this pop it’s head up. It is made by those clever people who also make Babycham, which is another drink I haven’t heard much of lately.
The five inch high stubby bottle, which holds the dark red liquid, is a typical olde worlde type bottle, being that it is simple green glass with a few knobbles on it. The label on the front of the bottle is basically gold with a thick red swirl travelling from bottom left to top right. This swirl contains the wording Cherry B, and above it is a picture of……………………….cherries. It’s all really not too impressive, or it might be a direct ploy to seem a bit retro on behalf of the manufacturers. The four bottles come in one of those cardboard carry cases with a similar design to that of the bottle.Each bottle has a gold crown cap so a bottle opener will be required should you decide to partake of a little sample. My son reckons he paid £2.99 for the four bottle pack which makes each 113ml stubby 75p which I think may just be a little steep.
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