Nature’s Nectar 100% Apple Cider

If you haven’t been to ALDI lately, you’ll want to go take a looksie, because there are a ton of seasonal grocery items in stock now! From everything fall, to a few holiday baking items, I’m getting pumped for the change in seasons. So, what did I spy with my little eye in the produce section last week when I shopped? Why it was Nature’s Nectar 100% Apple Cider!

This cider is really good! I don’t know how to describe it other than, it tastes like the apple cider I get when we take the kids to the cider mill, and it’s significantly cheaper. Each gallon jug is only $3.49!



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Made from pressed, fresh, crisp apples from the US and Canada, this is a great beverage hot, cold, for school parties, for yourself, or for pretty much anything fall.

The downsides?

While not a deal breaker for me, I can see some Nerds out there not liking that this cider has a preservative in it, (Potassium Sorbate). After all, isn’t the whole point of apple cider to have that fresh squeezed apple goodness and nothing else? I’d say give it a go, and if you don’t think it’s as good as the local orchard, then return it for a refund AND a comparable replacement (That’s the beauty of the ALDI Double Guarantee!).

While this isn’t an ALDI Find, it IS seasonal, so it won’t be around forever!

The ALDI Nerd Grade: A

Grading Scale

  • A = Excellent! I LOVE this product!
  • B = Good! I really like this!
  • C = This is just okay. I just kind of like this.
  • D = Not Great. I’ll keep it, but probably won’t buy another.
  • F = BUMMER! I’ll probably return this to the store.




2 thoughts on “Nature’s Nectar 100% Apple Cider”

  1. Yes this a nice but the manufactures need to check each juice to make sure the juice is safe to drink i found a blonde pubic hair in my juice no one in my family has blonde we all have black hair this is absolutely disgusting i don’t know if it was from someone’s beard or from the genital area but this is unacceptable.

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