Medium dry crumbly white cheese. Mild flavour and smell. Smells similar to a fresh mozzarella. Mildly acidic. Good with original triscuit crackers. A good mild easy going non run of the mill cheese varietal.
We had this flavoured with champagne and strawberries once from a different cheesemaker and it was amazing.
Good with beer. We had a double IPA. Red wine or champagne would also be nice.
Extra dry especially for an American merlot. It’s from Washington but in a blind tasting you may think it’s a Bordeaux (left bank-ish). The finish is slightly rough but smooths out with time. Medium-firm tannins.
I bought this in the vintages section as a final sale for $17 but the original price was $21.95. It’s a decent value at the price point I paid.
A blend of 8 Ontario apples. Tastes great but I’m not sure I believe the ingredient list of 100% apples. C’mon…not even a stabilizer for an off-dry cider? I won’t believe it unless they list their process.