Nov 30, 2022, 9:46:35 AM11/30/22
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I took a moment to explore this a bit more last night in a no name 'blast apple
The stuff has aged really nicely. It exhibits almost none of the
McClelland's "ketchup" and is only very slightly bitey - something
cured with proper technique and patience.
After a decade, the various leaf varietals have come together into a
single harmony of taste. This stuff has a deep, rich, slightly
sweet flavor that never wavers from top- to bottom of bowl.
'Shame they went out of business.