Rose Cider has become a bit of a trend recently and for good reason, it's much lighter than the traditional variant and offers a bit of a better mix of tastes. If you're going to go for cider, the only place you should be getting it is from Northern France and Normandie, the home of apples!
Maison Sassy really know how to do cider, they've been making it since 1852. Maison Sassy offers a few types of cider, but the best is their Rose, its crisp and made from red skinned apples. It is a little tart but not overly sweet which regular ciders often can be.
It's got a low abv of 3%, so doesn't really have that alcohol sharpness in higher percentage ciders. The rosé is made from 100% locally sourced apple juice, so the carbon footprint is minimal. I've added it to cocktails or drank by its self, it's just a great tasting drink however you do it.