Beer review: Big Drop Coba Maya Cerveza Alcohol-Free

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A review of Big Drop Coba Maya Cerveza Alcohol-Free.

The drink sample in the video was provided by Big Drop. The review of the product is our own view.

Product information

Available at lightdrinks.co.uk for £1.89 for a 330ml can

Alcohol content: Never more than 0.5% abv

33 calories per can.

Hops: Hersbrucker Hallertau.

Nutrition information per 100ml
Energy 47.9Kj 11Kcal
Fat <0.1g
-of which saturates <0.1g
Carbohydrate 2.2g
-of which sugars 1.0g
Protein <0.5g
Salt 0.1g

Ingredients
Water, barley, lactose (milk), oats, rice, hops, yeast.

Allergens are in bold.

Summary
Very light, refreshing and easy drinking with a good bubbly mouthfeel. A very pleasant summer beer which could be enjoyed with a slice of lime Mexican beer style, with aromas of barley pale malt and rice.

Score
6.5

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Beer review: Birra Moretti Zero Alcohol Free Beer

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A review of Birra Moretti Zero Alcohol Free Beer.

The drink sample in the video was purchased by Drinks Academy and the review of the product is our own view.

Product information

Available at Waitrose for £3.50 for three 330ml bottles

Alcohol content: not more than 0.05% abv

Nutrition information per 100ml
Energy 84Kj 20Kcal
Fat 0g
-of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 4.4g
-of which sugars 1.2g
Protein 0.5g
Salt <0.01g

Ingredients
Water, barley malt, hops, hop extract, natural flavouring.

Allergens are in bold.

Summary
Frothy and medium-bodied, tastes like a beer and has a good flavour intensity for a beer of around 0% alcohol. Aromas of pale malt with subtle aromas of lemon and farmyard. It has much more flavour than other beers in this category.

Score
8/10

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