Before opening up this giant bottle of Sidral Mundet that a reader gave to us, I had great confidence that this was going to be one of the greatest successes that The Soda Jerks had stumbled upon. Alas it ended up being the greatest disappointment.
Everything asthetically about Sidral Mundet is fantastic: great label with a delicious looking apple on it, 100% natural sugar, the fact that it's pasteurized signifying that it's made with a similar process to juice or cider, and most striking of all the phrase "the flavor comes from the apple." They must use some pretty bland apples, or have watered it down significantly. Like I said on the Popcast, it's like someone down on their luck drank half a bottle of apple soda and to make it last longer they poured water in it.
As my dad would say "it's not bad, but it's not good either." You won't be reaching for an air sickness bag after you drink this by any means, probably because you're not on an airplane. If you are, what strange airline serves Sidral Mundet? If you're not, why do you have air sickness bags around? Either way, what I'm getting at is it's not bad, just bland. Horribly, dissapointingly bland.
Verdict: Buyer beware!