Old Mout Berries and Cherries non alcoholic cider review

Old Mout Berries and Cherries non alcoholic cider review

Price: £1.28 (supermarkets), around £3.00 in pubs and bars

Stockists: Most supermarkets and widely available at pubs

Recommended serve: Pre-mixed 500ml bottles

Alcohol: 0%

A very fruity alternative to alcohol ciders that is widely available in pubs and bars (at least here in the South East). It is rather a plain drink, and tastes a little like a fizzy blackcurrant squash, and I find that after a couple I’m bored of it and have to move onto something else.

It does a good job however of acting as a booze substitute in a public atmosphere. It’s served in a pint glass with the Old Mount branding etched into the glass meaning that, to the casual observer, it’s just like a “normal pint” meaning you can avoid having the “why aren’t you drinking tonight?” conversation with everyone you come across.

Certainly not a bad starter for the evening, which will keep you going for an hour or two before you end up reaching for a ‘short’ non alcoholic like an eins-zwei-zero  or an ultra low Gin and Tonic.

As it’s a nice cheap drink, it’s perhaps a good way to get started with mindful drinking. If you decide to give it a try, please let me know how you get along using the comments below, and if you’re still browsing why not look at our full list of non alcoholic drink reviews.

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