Rosé Dry Cider

Rosé The Texas Way

A well-rounded cider using hibiscus and real rose for a uniquely light, dry take on rosé. This is rosé done the Texas way. 


Tasting notes: crisp apple, rose petals, black currant, hibiscus, tannic

Aroma: Sweet cherry and floral notes

Food Pairings: Light salads, raw shellfish, and grilled tapas

5% ABV
Sold in 6 packs, 12 packs, and Variety Packs
Available on draft
Bone Dry
Dry
Semi-sweet
Sweet
Cider crafted lighter

Cider crafted lighter

Did you know our cider contains roughly two-thirds less sugar than our largest competitors? That means less time spent at the gym, more time enjoying a cider you can feel good about drinking

Never Basic

Mix It Up

The Rosito

By Leah Weingart Bartender The Springs Brooklyn

The Rosito
The Rosito

Ingredients:

3 oz Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider
1 oz Light Rum
1 oz Lime Juice
0.25 oz Simple Syrup
6 Mint Leaves

    Procedure:

    Muddle mint leaves in tall cocktail glass
    Mix rum, lime juice, and simple syrup in shaker
    Strain into cocktail glass and top with Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider

    Frozen Flamingo

    By Leah Weingart Bartender The Springs Brooklyn

    Frozen Flamingo
    Frozen Flamingo

    Ingredients:

    2 oz Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider
    1 oz Vodka
    4 oz Raspberry Puree
    1 oz simple syrup
    0.5 oz lemon juice

      Procedure:

      Add all ingredients (except cider) to frozen machine
      Let freeze and pour into rocks glass
      Top with Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider and a slide of lemon

      Rosé Lemonade

      By Kara Trissel Bartender The Rustic - Dallas

      Rosé Lemonade

      Ingredients:

      2 oz. Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider
      1.25 oz Seersucker Lemonade Gin
      0.25 oz Simple Syrup
      0.25 oz Lemon Juice
      Blackberries, Orange Slices, and Lemon Slide for Garnish

        Procedure:

        Muddle 2 blackberries and one orange slice in shaker glass
        Add simple syrup, lemon juice, and Seersucker Lemonade Gin
        Mix together and pour over ice
        Top with Austin Eastciders Rosé Cider
        Garnish with blackberries, orange slice and lemon slice

        The Best Cider Comes From Texas

        Could we move to an apple producing region, grow our own apples and make cider? Sure, but it wouldn't be the delicious and complex cider we make today in good ol' Texas. The most important thing to us is sourcing the best cider apples and using only high quality natural ingredients.

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