Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Private Reserve Pumpkin

Every once in a while you know you stumble upon something glorious. That something just so happens to be our Private Reserve Pumpkin. We have combined our signature taste with a refreshing pumpkin finish. Limited to just two and half hours on the production line this is a true connoisseur's cider.


And I've called some stores in my area...and nuthin.

Thanks, Stacy, for the heads up. I had no idea such a thing existed. I'm a big fan of Woodchuck cider so hopefully I can find some of this.

woodchuck.com

8 comments:

icyfeetofdeath said...

I stumbled upon it last week at a store here in MI. I was a bit concerned considering I hate Woodchuck's Granny Smith and Pear flavors. But, hey, it's pumpkin, I had to try it.

It has a slightly subtle pumpkin flavor. It doesn't bash you over the head with pumpkin but definitely says "that's not apple here, but something else". And I would say not as sweet as the Amber (but I didn't have one on hand to compare). Of their regular flavors, Dark & Dry is my favorite.

The Fall seasonal variety is also very good. Nicely spiced without being overpowering.

Rot said...

Thanks for the review.
Sounds really nice.

I never heard of their Dark and Dry...and now I want it. We loved K cider, but they stopped selling it in our area..it was very dry. Loved it.

The Octoberist said...

AAAAAggghhh!!!

Michigan? and yet I can't get it in Maryland...

I'm going to have to look harder.

Christopher Charlie said...

I'm sure you probably tried World Market, but I thought I would throw it out there just in case.

Rot said...

Not sure what that is.

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Oh...my...I love Woodchuck Cider...to think there is a pumpkin version....I'll definitely look for it here. Now i I can just find those pumpkin pop tarts....

Christopher Charlie said...

World Market is a chain store that carries food and knicknacks from different parts of the world. They always have the seasonal beers, and they carry Woodchuck ciders. They may not have them where you live, though.

Wren said...

I know this is an old post, but try contacting your regional rep on the woodchuck website if you haven't already. I heard from mine (Western PA) that PA will not have it this year, but that it will be in Ohio. Maybe you can get some in Jersey or MD? Worth a shot :)