Reverend Nat's releases ¡Tepache! Mexican Pineapple Cider

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Reverend Nat's releases ¡Tepache! Mexican Pineapple Cider

Cider is a misunderstood beverage by many, not the sweet and cloying one-note drink that many of us think it is, take for example Reverend Nat's Hard Cider's "Tepache". This cider isnt even made from apples, nor is it a fruit fermented or blended with apple juice, it is alcoholic Pineapple basically.
Perhaps if your from Mexico this is not news to you “Tepache is a traditional Mexican drink, frequently consumed out of a plastic baggie with a straw, sold by street vendors in Jalisco and throughout Mexico. Ours is made from fresh Costa Rican pineapples, pure Michoacan piloncillo sugar and a blend of three spices for a deep unique flavor,” said Nat West, founder of Reverend Nat's. “I drink mine with two parts Tepache, one part Dos Equis in a tall 20 ounce glass while I relax in my hammock.”
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