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Continental Wine And Food (CWF): Harvest Gold Mead




[Mead, brewed in United Kingdom (England)]

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What Continental Wine And Food (CWF) Harvest Gold Mead says about itself (beer blurb or commercial description):
An original recipe inspired by the classic Celtic Mead, the storied drink of ages. Existing 10,000 years ago, Mead is most likely to be one of the oldest alcoholic beverages. This delicious English tipple blends the finest ingredients to provide a rich golden honey colour and delicately sweet, aromatic and mouth watering flavours of acacia blossom. Best enjoyed served on its own either at room temperature or chilled to taste.




The average score is
43.5
based on 2 reviews
Continental Wine And Food (CWF) Harvest Gold Mead

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Beer Details:
Brewery:Continental Wine And Food (CWF)
Country of origin:United Kingdom (England)
Strength ABV:13.00% (based on most recent review or average of estimates)
Style:Mead (based on the most recent review)
Added:Wednesday 22 June 2011




User reviews of Continental Wine And Food (CWF) Harvest Gold Mead

reviewed by guest, from world, on Sunday 17 July 2011 at 20:27

Score: 63.50% based on taste=7, aroma=8, mouthfeel=5, drinkability=6, appearance=6.

This user said that this beer was of the style: Mead, and colour: Golden, clear

First mead I've tried, after looking for one for a while. Kind of the bog-standard of meads, I think - nice enough, but a little disappointing.
Flat, clear, golden drink, with honey and vanilla aroma with a hint of something crisper - apple, maybe? Liquid honey taste, with undertones of vanilla and something crisp in the after, again I'm thinking green apple.


reviewed by guest, from world, on Wednesday 22 June 2011 at 20:32

Score: 23.50% based on taste=1, aroma=3, mouthfeel=3, drinkability=0, appearance=5.

This user said that this beer was of the style: Mead, and colour: More of a yellowed brown

Some what of an aquired taste, personally dislike it. I was asked to try it after a friend bought some from Morrisons.
















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