Tasting: The 1906 range was released to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the brewery Hijos de Rivera in La Coruña Galicia. The nose of La Colorada shows distinct caramel character, red apple skin and a hint of toasted brown bread. A delicious silky palate shows pleasing bitterness that balances perfectly against the 8% alcohol, a malty core dominates with herbal spicy notes and a touch of pleasing woodiness.
Tasting: The 1906 range was released to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the brewery Hijos de Rivera in La Coruña Galicia. A hoppy nose with light herbal nuances leads into a silky palate of toasted malt, caramel and coffee.
Tasting: The Asturian Ciders from 'El Gaitero' are famous throughout Spain. They use traditional varieties of apples from Asturias to create a light clear straw-yellow cider with abundant fine bubbles. The aroma is fragrant, of apples and peach, and the taste is crisp and dry with a long finish.
Tasting: Trabanco, founded in 1925 have been synonymous with natural cider since their inception. Using only native apple varieties which they are also instrumental in the re-establishment of. Notes of mature apples and aromatic herbs, it is fermented spontaneously with native yeast and matured in chestnut barrels.