Spiced Apple Cyser – Honeygirl Meadery

Our wine tonight is the Spiced Apple Cyser from Honeygirl Meadery in Durham, North Carolina.

Cyser is a mead fermented with apple juice – combination of a mead and cider.

Local Wildflower honey fermented with North Carolina apple cider.

Color of bright gold. Sunshine in a bottle.

Still, showing no carbonation.

Nose of a cold slice of apple pie and cinnamon.

Full bodied mouthfeel with the sweetness of a mead blending with the tartness of an Cider.

Complex flavor profile with crisp notes of apples and sweet undertones of wildflower honey, showing a depth of baking spices with subtle hints of citrus.

12% ABV

$24 a bottle (750ml)

Ships most states via VinoShipper.

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Caramel Apple Cyser – Wandering Bard Meadery

Our wine tonight is the Caramel Apple Cyser from Wandering Bard Meadery in Greenville, South Carolina.

A Cyser is a combination mead and cider.

Honey and Apple Juice fermented together.

Color of light gold.

Nose of honey and caramel.

Semi-Sweet.

On the tongue the sweetness of the locally sourced wildflower honey is balanced by the lingering tartness of biting into a fresh county fair caramel apple!

The bottle notes carmalized South Carolina sourced wildflower honey blended with Carolina apple cider with added spices for extra flavor.

Recommended serving temperature @ 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

8% ABV.

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