Apple mead with rose hips - Snoremark
A lightly spiced mead in the style of light port wine, sauté or muscat wine, but produced on pure Nordic products: organic apple juice, honey and fresh rose hips. Reviewed in Gastro June 2018: "... intense taste and aroma of apple juice, and you feel like just emptying it, but it still holds 14.5% alcohol. You do not notice it immediately, but the unmistakable calvado aroma says a and other aspects of alcoholic strength. " Alcohol approx. 14.5% vol.
Great aroma, sour-sweet and slightly spicy with great flavor. Recommended for light and sweet desserts, the cake table, cheese.
Approx. 12-14 glasses pr. bottle. Enjoy cooled at approx. 10 degrees.
Shelf life after opening:
3-4 months in refrigerator
Net weight: 500 grams = 500 ml
Package size: 8 * 0.5 liters per. carton
Ean barcode: 5712504012018
The rose hips used in Snoremark apple mead are collected on beach areas along Roskilde Fjord. Rosehip rose or wrinkled rose (Rosa Rugosa) was introduced to Denmark in the 18th century as an ornamental plant, but soon spread in the landscape, where it, especially along the beaches, found good growing conditions. Today it is considered an invasive species, but the fat red fruits are full of good properties and nice taste, so now that it is here, it's just about exploiting it. Rose hips have been used as a medicine all the way back to ancient Greece, where the fruits of dog rose, among other things. was used as a remedy for canine distemper. Later, rose hips were used as a cooling agent and to treat inflammation. Today, the rose hips are highlighted for their very high content of vitamins A and C and several minerals. However, it is not scientifically proven that it has any healing effect in mead form, but it is certain that it is good for the soul and mood.
Topaz, which is used in brewing, was developed in 1984 in the Czech Republic. We managed to breed a robust tree that sets well without the use of pesticides and fertilizers, and is therefore well suited for organic cultivation. The sour aromatic apples ripen late and gain juice and vigor from both late summer and autumn.
The apple trees on Snoremark are completely dependent on the bees 'pollination to be able to bear fruit, and we are of course dependent on the bees' honey for our mead.
Snoremark mead with rose hips is a real pleaser among dessert wines, it works with a wide range of dishes. There is virtually no dessert it does not work well with, but it is also a nice match with blue cheese or a fois grais. If you want a little alcohol in your apple mulled wine, Snoremark Hyben is the right choice. supplemented with a little vodka.
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