Here's a treat for cider drinkers: a dinky bottle of the Brittany cider that topped The Independent's list of the best foreign ciders. We'll let them explain why:
"With its clumsy screw-top bottle, crude label and foggy appearance, this Brittany cider looks a far cry from the heavily marketed Euro-ciders swamping British supermarket shelves. Thankfully it’s infinitely more appealing in taste than those big brands, with a good blend of tannin and acid, a crème brulée sweetness and perky fizz. Magnifique."