Sparkling Perry (750ml) (5ish%) £1 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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Sparkling Perry (750ml) (5ish%) £1.00 @ Lidl

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Loads of bottles, not sure what it tastes like. It's some obscure brand. Think it's 5.5.%. Might be able to pass it off as extremely weak fake champagne.
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#1
heat for the pic
#2
might be able to pass it off as expensive champagne, after someone is off their face - aim high :)
#3
if i get the same result as the picture i will buy some of that heat from me to
#4
It taste just like a standard pear cider, i think perry is the same.
#5
It's probably abit fizzy for a pear cider. Will find out tonight anyway. :)
#6
Great price for what I think will taste the same as Babycham or Lambrini perhaps!
Fantastic Pic BTW
I'll add heat, as soon as it lets me!
#7
ha - love the comments on it tasting like pear cider - Pear Cider IS perry - they just rebranded the stuff as "pear cider" because it sounds cooler and the word "perry" had gone out of fashion...!! It was just a marketing exercise to try and jump on the cider bandwagon...give it a few years, and pear cider will go out of fashion, and someone will rename it Perry again...dontcha just love it!!
#8
Just popped open one of the bottles. Tastes abit pear cidery but is slightly more acidic. It is Brut Chaumet Premium.

There's also a Brut bottle of Champagne on sale in there for £9,99 down from about £14. And some cava for about £4

Here's the cava - £3.50
http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/SID-04DE9733-773BCEB2/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/7067_6816.htm
#9
heat added for your pic, first time I actually chuckled to myself today :)
#11
Ah sorry. Plus you don't need beer googles for that one.

To be honest though, the picture I used is a more likely outcome of using it.

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