Day 8 of Taste-Mas 2015: Trafalgar Brewery and Distillery Norfolk County Baked Apple Mead 375 ml

Our Baked Apple Mead is rich in sweet apple pie flavour, with touches of cinnamon and raisin. Our new mead is sure to be a treat this season or a delicious addition to any holiday meal. Cheers! 375 ml, 8.5% alc./vol.

  One thought on “Day 8 of Taste-Mas 2015: Trafalgar Brewery and Distillery Norfolk County Baked Apple Mead 375 ml

  1. Chuck
    December 21, 2015 at 4:21 pm

    This is like candy in a bottle. Too bad I can’t drink it from the bottle without it foaming so much it fills my mouth. No jokes….

    I poured it into a glass and spooned out the foam. This is a very amazing brew! If they could get the head under control I would buy a lot of these!!

  2. Russ
    December 29, 2015 at 9:41 pm

    Hah! Exact same problem as Chuck! I figured it was a smallish bottle, so I’d just drink it from the bottle. Sat comfily on the couch and popped the cork. This was followed by a continual onslaught of foam for like five minutes. It feels like I am wearing half the bottle on my crotch and shirt. Anyway, seeing no end of foam, I decided to pour it into a glass. Poured it carefully down the edge of the glass and instantly had a glass full of foam! So frustrating!

    Anyway once I coaxed it all into a glass, it’s interesting. Very cloudy, straw-coloured, and with lots of chunky sediment. The nose and flavour are clearly baked apple as advertised. Sweet, apple and cinnamon flavours. A nice tasty treat. But I am sure I could t have more than one of these on any given evening. Might be a nice first beverage after doing something out in the cold, like shovelling the driveway, or an après-ski.

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