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Monday, July 16, 2012

Michelob Ultra Light Cider Review

I don't drink a lot. But I like to have a drink every once in a while especially during summer. There is nothing like a nice cool drink while sitting on the front porch watching the river. Or having a cool drink at a picnic or lake.

I recently had the opportunity to review the new gluten free Michelob Ultra Light Cider. Michelob Ultra Light Cider is a naturally sweetened, gluten-free cider made from crisp apples, and it has one-third fewer calories than leading ciders.

Aside from the Light Cider, I also received a "Summer Entertaining Kit" to enjoy. The kit included:

* Crate and Barrel picnic table in a bag
* Crate and Barrel insulated tote bag
* Crate and Barrel picnic blanket and coordinating napkins
* Crate and Barrel cutting board
* Artisan Crackers and Summer Sausage
* 2 Acrylic drink glasses

Because of the rain recently, we weren't able to actually go on a picnic to enjoy the new goodies. We decided stay at home and enjoy our front porch. We have a spectacular view of the Tuckaseegee River that is across the road. Our porch is also a very comfy place that is shady and beautiful.

Michelob Ultra Light Cider is great. I loved the taste. It was light and crisp. It had an essence of apples. It was not overly sweet and it had a refreshing taste. The best thing about it is that a bottle is only 120 calories. I am definitely buying more to take on our summer picnics and our trip to the Lake Lure next month!

If you are looking for a lighter alternative to beer or wine and want something with a lot of flavor and not a lot of calories, I totally recommend Michelob Ultra Light Cider. It is such a wonderful summer drink!! Delicious!

Disclosure: I received a sample product for review purposes. No other compensation was given and the opinions in this post are solely mine and are based on my experience with the product. 

1 comment:

  1. Like you, I don drink much at all. I do like the idea of this cider though. I am wondering if I even saw it? You have me curious now if it was regional or all over. I love cider anything, and I bet it was tasty on a summer day!
    ellen beck