Ginger is one of the bad girls of the cider world. That’s how Tart Hard Cider Ging-A-Berry feels. It is used often to present a taste and aroma that overwhelms the other notes in the mix. In this case, Tart Hard Cider Ging-A-Berry has been singing on tour a long time, has still got a lot of talent, and ain’t getting off stage just because someone else says its time. She’s put in the work, which is a lot to say about those who don’t, and Tart Hard Cider Ging-A-Berry does a lot of combinations; this time, she works with fresh northwest cranberries, as well as that old American classic hard cider. This is why when Tart Hard Cider Ging-A-Berry does supergroup shows or double albums, Tart Hard Cider Ging-A-Berry sells out, because she’s not only got the pipes for the job, she’s also got the experience that no one else is willing to work for. Plus, she’s a tall drink of goodness, and will clear out your nasal passages after one or two sips.
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