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Scrumpy Jack

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Scrumpy Jack

24x 500ml Cans £32.52
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Country of Origin

England

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  • ABV6
  • FruitApple

Scrumpy Jack Cider.

6 Comments found

Ray Kerstetter 2010-06-23 13:34:23

I just came back from a 2 week stay in London. My best friend whom I stayed with knew I loved Scrumpy Jack' so I had a few whilst over there. I wish they would import it to America. I agree with a few other comments made that there IS a difference btw. Scrumpy's and Woodpecker or Strongbow which we can get in the States. After all, we do import Guinness, so why not cider as well?

Robert Livsey 2008-07-05 18:35:19

This is the dogs of all ciders and makes Magners taste like the dirty dish water it is. Get some of this here or down at your local in the summer, drink a few of the stuff and then try to play football afterwards.

Dagmar Hoffmann 2008-02-13 07:21:19

Sparkling, refreshing, greatest taste on earth. Excellent with any meal or just on its own. Must have at least one can per day.

Rich MacKinnon 2006-10-29 03:48:12

I actually enjoyed both SCRUMPY JACK and STRONGBOW. Found both side by side at a place called GLOBAL FOODS in Kirkwood, Missouri, USA. Each has a wonderfully addictive cider taste, and each has their own follow-on aftertaste- neither of which was unpleasant. Like I said- I loved them both! Better than the US ciders!

N. Abraham 2006-08-08 02:29:20

Strongbow must now have the Canadian market completely locked up -- more's the pity. I can't find my beloved Scrumpy Jack anywhere. And oh! how I miss it. There's nothing like the sweet-tart flavour of Scrumpy Jack. Beside it, Strongbow tastes like carbonated vinegar. Yet wherever in Toronto cider is on the menu, Strongbow is the only one offered. I always make a point of asking for it, however. Sweeter than beer but nothing like the syrupy taste of soda pop, Scrumpy Jack satisfies thirst, delivers a polite kick and stands alone or goes with any kind of pub food or snacks. I think it could even present itself honourably with fancier fare too. But it truly shines as a pub drink on a hot day, at the end of a long work day, or with lunch on a lazy weekend. Please somebody, bring Scrumpy Jack back to Toronto pubs!