Thatcher's Old Rascal
Old Rascal Cider is a brand of cider made by Thatchers in Sandford, Somerset.
The old rascal of legend is a fox that used to creep out of his den at night to steal cider.
Thatchers Old Rascal is a fine bittersweet cider, produced from some of Somerset's best cider apples, Dabinett and Redstreak. Aged in our oak vats, Old Rascal is made from a traditional Thatchers' recipe.
Its popularity as a session cider is combined with all the hallmarks of a distinctive Thatchers product full of flavour and a West Country apple bite.
Packaged in lightweight 500ml bottle, Old Rascal was reintroduced in 2008. “Old Rascal has always appealed to older, more traditional drinkers. With cider now attracting a much wider audience, we feel it’s time to introduce the Old Rascal to them too!” said Thatcher.
Old Rascal has an ABV of 4.5%
Thatchers Old Rascal Scrumpy is different, that's a draught cider also made from English apples. It's matured in oak vats to produce a full bodied farmhouse cider at 6.0% vol.