Crafted Snowbelt Cyser

Posted: May 12, 2017 in Crafted Artisan Meadery, Mead, Reviews

Little did I know before I reviewed this mead that it was from Ohio, where I would spend almost two months for my old job. I had never spent any time other than a short business trip in Ohio, but I was lucky that I have a decent amount of friends out there since my corporate office was there.

snowbeltcyser

ABV: 6%

Style: Mead

Trivia: According to the meadery website, “From lake effect snow and nor’easters to snow rollers and polar vortexes, things can get a little crazy here in the snowbelt. Tales of road crews using this spiced cranberry cyser to treat icy roads are purely urban legend. Regardless of where you are, it’s sure to give you a brief respite from the winter months with it’s warming vanilla and cinnamon notes. Chill a bottle in the nearest snowdrift, snap a photo, and tag it #snowbeltcyser.”

Random: This bottle was another one that Val picked out, big surprise.

This mead poured with no head on top of a clear, pink body with some visible carbonation. The nose was filled with sweet apples, cinnamon and cranberries. The taste was less towards the spice note and more towards cranberries. The cranberries provided some light tartness, which was balanced by the sweetness from the apples and honey. It had a vanilla extract note at the end of the sip. It had a light body with high levels of carbonation. It had a lengthy and sweet finish with apples and honey. A bottle of this was $10, which came to $.59 per ounce. I enjoyed drinking this one and really enjoyed the cranberry flavor. If you see it on a shelf next winter, give it a shot.

Untappd Rating: 3.5/5.0

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