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Cindy
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10 May 2017 12:39:02 PM PDT
Just bought Ace Pineapple Cider a few days ago before reading this article. I would highly recommend. It may be a bit sweet for some tastes but I prefer it over other brands of apple cider for sure (I have not tried any other flavors of Ace brand).




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