Asda in Dunfermline are selling the Litre bottles(Â£2-69) for 2 quid a bottle. Suppose they are elsewhere too
It is indeed and when i tried to kill myself drinking it on my brothers stag weekend in cork city a few years ago, thats exactly what it was called! (murphys and bulmers in the same glass. deadly) :grin:wet_blobby said:all magners is in reality is cleaverly marketed bulmers
I'll second that! Magners is to cider what Bud is to beer! :lol: And Slim is right, it's best left to us West Country folk to make the REAL stuff! (Not that I'm biased, you understand) :grin:dhoby_bucket said:Magners cider is crap, for people of no taste, get some real cider....
I suspect Magners will soon be consigned to the slop tray of history, along with all the other "fashion" drinks that the brewing industry sees fit to foist on the public every summer. Anyone care to remember...............wet_blobby said:all magners is in reality is cleaverly marketed bulmers
That was my understanding, also. Glad to see EU free markets doing their bit for Carbondioxide limitation and fossil fuel consumption.Anchor_Faced_Jack said:from what I can gether, the apples for the cider are grown in Somerset by Bulmers, then shipped to Ireland to make the cider........... then shipped back to the UK for easly lead people to drink over ice