This mead is strictly a cyser as it is made with Welsh apples and has a typical cider alcoholic strength of 5.5%.
This drink has a cloudy, sunset colour typical of any West Country cider. IT is a sparking drink but the fizz settles very quickly after pouring.
The aroma isn’t strong but what aroma there is reminds more of a cider with perhaps a very subtle hint of the honey, if anything.
The taste is low on body and with a very dry finish. It is very much the taste of a dry scrumpy cider with only subtle overtones left from the honey. It is perhaps something interesting to try if you are a fan of dry cider.