Thatcher's Katy is a medium dry cider with an alcohol volume of 7.4%. It is a single variety cider using the less well known variety of apples, Katy. Thatcher's describe it as light, fragrant and...
Disadvantages If you don't like cider then this isn't for you.
On a very recent visit to my local Morrisons store I were out to buy a few bottles of cider for a refreshing afternoon in the British sunshine. Morrisons usually have a 4 for £5.50 on selected bottles of cider. I counted well over 20 different varieties and so there is something for everybody - provided you like cider! One of the many types I bought was the 'Katy', made by Thatchers it is a cider made from Katy apples. Thatchers grow 400 different varieties of apple in their Somerset orchards - Katy being the apple of their eye. The bottle is made from a green tinted glass, with nothing ...
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Advantages Great simple taste, goes well with food
Disadvantages High alcohol content
Thatcher's Katy is a medium dry cider with an alcohol volume of 7.4%. It is a single variety cider using the less well known variety of apples, Katy. Thatcher's describe it as light, fragrant and softly sparkling and great on its own or in addition to a chicken or creamy pasta dish. It is generally priced at £1.60 per 500ml bottles. For most people cider conjures up images of kids sitting in a park swigging from cans of Strongbow. In recent years the makers of cider have been trying to update this image and Thatcher's is one of the leading brands. It is sold in a very nicely designed bottle ...