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Gaymers Pear Cider 4x440ml - £2 Instore @ Tesco!
Gaymers Pear Cider 4x440ml - £2 Instore @ Tesco!

Gaymers Pear Cider 4x440ml - £2 Instore @ Tesco!

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Priced up on the shelf as reduced to clear at £3 but scan at £2.

Found in Tesco Extra Leigh

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Don't like the pear version myself, but this is a bargain. Hot!

Quite like Pear Gaymers, too easy to drink though

chav water

horrible stuff,infact its an insult to cider and should be called something else.
added sweetners etc is just wrong.

ramiuk1

horrible stuff,infact its an insult to cider and should be called … horrible stuff,infact its an insult to cider and should be called something else.added sweetners etc is just wrong.



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I could say that you're wrong...but this is a mass produced cider so what do you expect?

It really does depend what sweetener is used. I use Splenda (as it doesn't give off such an artificial taste) and standard granulated (boiled down). If I wanted to spend more, I'd use different types of sweeteners.

Bottom line is for something mass produced like this, getting the SG the same across the board and balancing the ABV you want and getting the flavour you want has taken time. They've made it this way to their tastes...same with every other cider on the shelf...same applies to your taste buds as opposed to mine.

its hotukdeals not hotukopinions anyway good price bro

Welshtrix

its hotukdeals not hotukopinions anyway good price bro



Opinions do help people make an informed choice though. When it's down to personal taste, it has to be taken with a pinch of salt when it's something as trivial as a couple of tinnies.

Confirmed this price at Trafford Tesco Extra. :-)

fozzeh

http://ciderpages.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/cider101-sweetening.htmlhttp://www.cider.org.uk/part4.htmI could say that you're wrong...but this is a mass produced cider so what do you expect? It really does depend what sweetener is used. I use Splenda (as it doesn't give off such an artificial taste) and standard granulated (boiled down). If I wanted to spend more, I'd use different types of sweeteners. Bottom line is for something mass produced like this, getting the SG the same across the board and balancing the ABV you want and getting the flavour you want has taken time. They've made it this way to their tastes...same with every other cider on the shelf...same applies to your taste buds as opposed to mine.



very true but sweetners are evil dude,splenda,aspatame etc should all be banned,but then again if they didnt add things to food to make folk ill,they wouldnt make the billions through medicine

ramiuk1

very true but sweetners are evil dude,splenda,aspatame etc should all be … very true but sweetners are evil dude,splenda,aspatame etc should all be banned,but then again if they didnt add things to food to make folk ill,they wouldnt make the billions through medicine



...and then loads more people will get diabetes too!

fozzeh

...and then loads more people will get diabetes too!




wow,so u saying sweetners are the cure for things like diabetes? or something that helps it?
wow just wow.
the food industry created diabetes through processing foods so much,same with IBS,colieac etc,give me nature over lab anyday of week.
you should apply for a job with monsanto
Edited by: "ramiuk1" 29th Jul 2014

You can't beat a juicy pear!

ramiuk1

wow,so u saying sweetners are the cure for things like diabetes? or … wow,so u saying sweetners are the cure for things like diabetes? or something that helps it?wow just wow.the food industry created diabetes through processing foods so much,same with IBS,colieac etc,give me nature over lab anyday of week.you should apply for a job with monsanto



Nice interpretation! You should be looking for a job at The Daily Mail.

I was saying that the best way to sweeten cider is to use sugar but, if you did, you'd be looking at more than enough to get a horse drunk on sugar cubes. Twist words much?

You can look to the food industry and how corn syrup was used in America and yaddi-ya...but, at the end of the day, you're making the conscious choice to inject what you will. I agree with nature over lab but that's another ball game.

Oh, simples; stevia.
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