it is.. especially in this lovely hot weather in the garden with some ice - though not too much.While out shopping yesterday I came across Magners , I am not normally a cider drinker but I think I could be converted. Tis lovely
Fiona - I am seriously disappointed in you :shakes head:
I don't think there is a difference, but they couldn't name it Bulmers in the UKthe goat said:My first one was actually a Bulmers(don t know if there s a difference) at a pub next to Giant s Causeway a few years back so at least I could say I went native
They can as I have drunk it here when they didn't have any MagnersI don't think there is a difference, but they couldn't name it Bulmers in the UK
They are both exactly the same. Magners is the brand name used in England, Bulmers is the brand name used in Ireland.
It's the same cider in a different bottle. Magners in England, Bulmers in Eire. Although the names used to be the other way round until some marketing genius swapped them. He certainly earned his money because virtually everyone in London seems to drink the stuff, clearly forgetting that it is, after all, cider.
Neither, they are both homogenous shite, Try some westons scrumpy or Old Rosie. Now that is cider!