20 June 2012

Aspall – 100% Pressed English Apple Juice (Waitrose) [By @SpectreUK]

I’ve only fairly recently become a huge fan of apple juice, what with tasting Copella, Coldpress and Innocent Apple Juice. This Aspall English Apple Juice was produced by the Cyder House, in Suffolk. The ingredients were plainly pointed out in the title; 100% apple juice for plenty of antioxidant vitamin C, which was a mix of sweet English Cox Apples and sour English Bramley Apples. In a 100ml serving there was 49 calories, 11.5g of sugar and 0g of fat. On opening the 1 litre bottle there was a heavy sweet apple smell. On first taste I was taken aback by the sumptuous fresh apple tang of this juice. There was a definite sour bite from the Bramley Apples, which was finely balanced with the sweet undertones from the English Cox. This was not a smooth velvety apple taste like Copella, but a “Wake up! It’s apple juice time!” I found this juice very refreshing indeed. It’s no wonder that this juice won a Quality Food Award in 2010. I usually have a big bottle of Copella Apple Juice in the fridge, or of Innocent Apple Juice... and now I just have too many decisions to make! ;-)
By Spectre

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