Cider Maker’s Descriptiona deep, earthy, rich, full bodied and balanced cider. it starts with pacific northwest dessert apples, fermented, aged on medium american oak. once the apple cider reaches the perfect level of body and oak tannin, it is spiked with elderberry, a bitter and deeply earthy berry, which adds body, complexity, and ends in a red wine-like hard cider unlike anything you’ve tasted. yet despite the complexity, this, like all locust ciders, is well balanced and very drinkable
- deep dark ruby color, almost plum, slight haze but decent clarity
- large bubbles around edge after pour
- assault of aromas, oak, barn funk, earthy
- tart and sour, drier than expected, woody
- nearly balanced, very light acidity & astringency
Tasting Notes / General Impressionvery unique taste, hard to describe
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