This was posted 1 year 4 months 27 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Rise Bros. High Branch - Dark Cherry Cider Case $59.95 (Was $99.95) @ Dan Murphy's (Delivery Only)


got this via email. apparently expiring 8pm tonight

Please note, the best before date for this product is 20.03.2019

This offer is delivery only, but don't worry – delivery is free!

"In the 1940s, George Riseborough planted the first cherry trees in Victoria's Yarra Valley. Fast forward 75 years and the Riseborough brothers are making some of the best cider in the country, from 100% fresh Victorian cherries. And while the season may be over, we're offering up a case of their premium Dark Cherry Cider for $59.95 per case (24), valued at $99.95 to see you through the rest of summer. Get in quick."

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  • Tempting.. But for an unknown cider and close to use by, would have to be cheaper.

  • Have you tried this? Is it nice a thick like the Pagan Cider version?

  • $55 from the orchard.

  • Just a heads up, we bought a box of this last year.

    It's nothing like apple cider (fizzy), more like cherry wine. Definitely a dessert drop as it's pretty sweet.

    • Most of the reviews on Dans say it is not too sweet but lot's of current cider drinkers are used to pretty sweet ciders on market.

      I love cherries, a good dry/medium dry apple/pear cider, and also a nice Belgium Kriek Cherry Beer, but the reviews on this are too mixed to risk buying close to use by date in summer before trying one first.

      • We were expecting apple cider but with cherries. It's not sugar sweet but deffo more like a sweetish cherry flavored wine than cider.

        I'm not an expert in wine or ciders though so take that for what it's worth.

        • Haha, I'm not a huge fan of really sweet drinks unless I'm in the mood for a quality desert wine usually sold in 375ml bottles. Certainly would not want two dozen of this kind of drink unless I could taste myself it's not too sweet for me.

          Instead of buying premixed soft drinks, I much prefer to add a touch of juice or quality cordial to a glass of mineral water, for me most soft drinks are way too sweet, even some of the perceived quality healthy options.

          Thanks for your review from first hand tasting.

  • maybe at $40

  • Extended til midnight now

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