By Genevieve Iverson
Light and bright is the easiest way to describe the Leprechaun Dry Cider, made with 100 percent Oregon apples. However, don’t let the dominant Pacific Northwest flavors fool you, the Leprechaun Hard Cider headquarters are actually based in Houston, Texas. Determined to produce the truest quality cider they could, the Leprechaun team chose Pacific Northwest apples to reduce the distance between the orchard and the bottling of their blends.
Their dry cider stands up with a light sunny blond color and embodies tart green apple and citrus flavors. Dry with easy bubbles, this cider is described by the Leprechaun team as their “European-style,” mirroring similarities in French and Italian ciders. Pairs well with seafoods, salads and lighter meat, 6.9 percent ABV.
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