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Magners Apple Cider 10 X 440ml £6.00 @ Tesco
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Magners Apple Cider 10 X 440ml £6.00 @ Tesco

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Posted 11th May
  • Magners original is a premium Irish cider carefully crafted with the finest
    blend of 17 apple varieties to deliver a distinctively unique and
    refreshing taste.

  • Suitable for coeliacs

  • Pack size: 440ml

Allergy Information
  • Contains Sulphites to preserve freshness
  • Contains: Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Alcohol Units
ABV4.5% vol
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Good price but the Asda deal posted earlier is better value per can
true its not as good as the asda deal but if you want less cans or dont have a asda near you its still good value.
EXZAMS11/05/2019 08:22

true its not as good as the asda deal but if you want less cans or dont …true its not as good as the asda deal but if you want less cans or dont have a asda near you its still good value.


"Less cans"
I can't see that scenario playing out in the alcohol aisle.
Edited by: "moshixmoshi" 11th May
Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have Bulmers, Orchard Thieves or Sainsburys or Tesco own.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th May
i've just got 6 x 18 cans from sainsburys using the £18 off £60 spend new customer code SCSSEO20YAM just set up a new email if you have used before free click and collect £42 for 108 cans
sam_of_london11/05/2019 09:28

Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have …Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have Bulmers, Orchard Thieves or Sainsburys or Tesco own.


Bulmers is magners in South of Ireland, very strange. Mad fizzy apples as my Welsh buddy calls it.
Orange pee after 18 cans.
Big_Rik11/05/2019 13:03

Bulmers is magners in South of Ireland, very strange. Mad fizzy apples as …Bulmers is magners in South of Ireland, very strange. Mad fizzy apples as my Welsh buddy calls it.



Bulmers once owned the Irish cider making business in Clonmel, Ireland. After a rights wrangle with Showerings over the Babycham battle in the 60s Bulmers were forced to sell the Irish business to Showerings but held the Bulmers trademark name outside Rep. of Ireland therefore Magners is used to market Bulmers Irish Cider outside Rep of Ireland
jayok11/05/2019 13:31

Bulmers once owned the Irish cider making business in Clonmel, Ireland. …Bulmers once owned the Irish cider making business in Clonmel, Ireland. After a rights wrangle with Showerings over the Babycham battle in the 60s Bulmers were forced to sell the Irish business to Showerings but held the Bulmers trademark name outside Rep. of Ireland therefore Magners is used to market Bulmers Irish Cider outside Rep of Ireland


But Bulmers is very good quality (comes from not using rotten apples) compared with Magners. Not fussed about brand names. Would have drank Magners it was not using rotten apples.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th May
sam_of_london11/05/2019 09:28

Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have …Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have Bulmers, Orchard Thieves or Sainsburys or Tesco own.


It might possibly be the 'Marmite effect'? (love it or hate it?, and/or the acquired effect effect, for you perhaps?).

Who knows ... :-)
amour3k11/05/2019 19:18

It might possibly be the 'Marmite effect'? (love it or hate it?, and/or …It might possibly be the 'Marmite effect'? (love it or hate it?, and/or the acquired effect effect, for you perhaps?).Who knows ... :-)


No its just the cheapest rubbish apples they could find. Got worse over the years to make it cheaper. Taste varies from batch to batch but mostly rotten apples. Used to like it few years ago but not anymore.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th May
sam_of_london11/05/2019 19:29

No its just the cheapest rubbish apples they could find. Got worse over …No its just the cheapest rubbish apples they could find. Got worse over the years to make it cheaper. Taste varies from batch to batch but mostly rotten apples. Used to like it few years ago but not anymore.


Fair enough, I don't drink either Magners or Bulmers often enough to honestly know the difference?, hehehehe, but I hear you. :-D
Edited by: "amour3k" 11th May
sam_of_london11/05/2019 09:28

Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have …Taste like rotten apples yuck taste . Very poor quality. I rather have Bulmers, Orchard Thieves or Sainsburys or Tesco own.


I drank woodpecker but is no longer available so I tried Bulmers and found it to taste the same, I was thinking of trying Tesco's own,does that taste similar to Bulmers at all ?
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