Aside from being overly sweet, the X.R. Cyser has good, rich flavors – sweet spiced cinnamon apple.
The Bourbon Barrel Cyzer is Green River’s standard cyzer aged in Jack Daniels Barrels. It won gold in the Cyser category at the Mazer Cup mead competition.
A Meadist review and rating of Kurts Apple pie, a cyser from Moonlight Meadery that brings sweet honey and apples together with vanilla and spices for a great dessert mead.
The Lumberjack Cyser comes from Maryland’s Orchid Cellar Winery. It’s a warm dessert mead living up to the shape of the bottle. I definitely recommend enjoying on a cool fall or winter night next to a crackling fire – with wood you chop yourself, of course.
Though its not exactly visible on the label, the Last Apple comes from Moonlight Meadery. Its a great honey apple wine with robust sweet apple flavors that are rounded out nicely by the oak aging.
Zombie Killer is a cherry cyser from Michigan based B. Nektar Meadery. The label and the mead behind it are in no way traditional, which turns out to be a very good thing!
The Green Collar Mead comes from the good folks at Blue Dog Mead Company out of Eugene, Oregon. The great thing about this sparkling mead is that it is the first of its kind to come in a can. Finally, a mead I can easily take on my many outdoor excursions…. Read More →
This recipe yields 5 gallons of a crisp, sparkling, lightly spiced cyser.