2 Towns Ciderhouse Pristine Peach Cider Reviewed

2 Towns Ciderhouse Pristine Peach cider review

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2 Towns Ciderhouse Pristine Peach Cider

Review of: Pristine Peach Cider

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6.9% Alcohol


One of the PNW breweries that I drink a lot of, 2 Towns Ciderhouse dropped this Pristine Peach cider, and I had to give it a try. After all, who doesn’t love a good peach?

First we will start with how 2 Towns Ciderhouse describe their cider

Pristine Peach Cider As Described By 2 Towns

Bright and sunny, Pristine Peach touches the peaks of your tastebuds with its cheerful flavor. The smooth subtle flavor of peach combined with snappy apricot are a great compliment to the touch of sweet honey.


Pristine Peach Info

2 Towns launched their Pristine Peach cider in February of 2023.  

They are offering it in 19.2oz tall boys, as well as 1/2 and 1/6th barrel options through distributors across the states of Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana,  and Arizona.

They hit the local nail with this cider being made of PNW apples, but don’t mention where the apricots and other ingredients come from. 

At 6.9% alcohol, it is about average in booziness.



Our Review of Pristine Peach Cider

For once we mostly agree on a review. 

My feeling is that the flavors are far too subtle and none of that peach flavor really makes it through, nor does the apricot. Pristine Peach cider to me is really kind of bland. 

Allyson agreed with me that none of the flavors really come through. 

"It has more flavor than water."


All in all, I have to pass on this cider. It isn’t bad, it also isn’t good. It is just completely unremarkable. If you want a cider that tastes like pretty much nothing, then this is the one for you.

There are some much better choices from 2 Towns Ciderhouse.


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