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Treehorn Cider El Treeablo

Review: El Treeablo by Treehorn Cider

Review Date: June 3, 2019

Sweetness: Semi-Dry

ABV: 5.90%

Cider Maker’s Description

Treehorn kicks it up a notch with its limited release three-chile cider infused with habanero, jalapeno and Hatch chiles harvested and roasted at the peak of the season. El Treeablo has just the right amount of heat, perfectly balanced by its tart, lightly sweet apple cider character.

Anyone familiar with New Mexico knows that chiles, particularly Hatch chiles, inspire religious levels of devotion. Two of our founding partners (Mallory Law and Kathryn Pierce) have lived in Santa Fe, so fresh roasted chiles are very close to our collective heart. We roast all our chiles in house for maximum freshness. Make sure to grab it while you can.

A delicious and complex drink on its own, El Treeablo also excels as a cocktail mixer, and pairs exceptionally well with smokey mezcals and smooth Anejo tequilas. The bold flavor of El Treeablo stands up well to rich umami flavors and pairs beautifully with chicharrones, braised short ribs and rich, meaty stews.


Appearance:

  • pale yellow, cloudy, dull

Carbonation:

  • lively and fizzy

Aromas:

  • hot peppers, floral, lots of hot pepper burn

Taste:

  • hot peppers, apple, can taste all three pepper varieties

Mouthfeel:

  • hot pepper burn

Finish:

  • long lasting heat

Tasting Notes / General Impression

my favorite hot pepper cider to date, one of my favorite hot pepper beverages, great with Mexican food

Reviewer Notes

N/A


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Cidery Information

Treehorn Cider
https://treehorncider.com/
Marietta, GA

Matthew Ostrander
Matthew favors dry hard ciders with body and leans towards traditional English styles, and he’s also developed a serious appreciation for hopped ciders and creative flavor infused ciders. Though he prefers sweets in solid forms, he does enjoy semi-sweet to sweet ciders responsibly when the mood strikes. Learn more about our Chief Cider Curator here.