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British people: Do you have Hunters cider in England?

Asked by Mtl_zack (6730 points ) March 21st, 2009

I know it exists in South Africa, and I know that British people love cider, so is there any Hunters Dry across the pond? Can you PLEASE send me some?

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DrasticDreamer's avatar

So far as I can tell, they only sell it in: Congo, Ghana, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Saint Helena, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

If you go to their site, you can choose different countries to see what brands they carry, after you click “Our worldwide presence” – top left. http://www.distell.co.za/runtime/popcontentrun.aspx?pageidref=1899

Mtl_zack's avatar

OH NO! Thanks for the link anyways. Lurve!

richardhenry's avatar

Well, it’s probably sold somewhere, but I’ve never seen it. I’m a huge Mac’s fan, and I’ve only ever found it in one (amazing) burger place.

Hunters isn’t common anyway.

sandystrachan's avatar

should it not read English people:do you have hunters cider ?
since you are asking the English

Lightlyseared's avatar

@sandystrachan Because the country is Great Britain and the people are British.

You can probably get it somewhere if you looked hard enough. My local off licence sells Nigerian brewed Guiness as well as Irish brewed for example.

sandystrachan's avatar

it is not really “great” and the people are not really “British”
people are only “British” when it comes to a Scottish person winning something

GrimMeeper's avatar

heheh, too true. Check out your facts folks:
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland – all separate countries.
Great Britain = Wales + Scotland + England.
United Kingdom = Great Britain + Northern Ireland

stardust's avatar

I love Hunter’s. I drank it a lot in Kaapstaad. Thanks for the link

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