Kurt’s Apple Pie is made with honey and apple cider from New Hampshire, additionally we used natural vanilla and cinnamon spices. So enjoyable is the wine we think it pairs with any meal or as an after dinner treat. Get your piece of the pie… before it’s all gone.
The drink has a bit of a bite, but it’s a bite from an apple. The rest of it has a faint honeyness. It’s a bit watery, but the syrupyness of the honey is there. It’s sweet, too. It’s a bit dry..
Aftertaste is tangy, with the sweetness still remaining.
I paid about $12 for this bottle–as meads go, I’d definitely call this a nice ‘default mead’– it’s not overly sweet, fruity, or syrupy. So while it’s a bit more wine-y than meady, and I wouldn’t ask expect anybody to stay with it, it’s a good introduction that isn’t Chaucer’s.