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There’s a deep ruby-red color in the glass and a hint of vinegar on the cork. A strange wet wood aroma emanates from the glass on first pour. This aroma diminished after exposure to air. In the mouth the wine seemed to change with each sip. It was an interesting experience that I suspect would create much conversation around the table as each person might have a different taste experience. Most of those changes were neutral to slightly positive. One or two of the changes were slightly negative. While not the finest example of a Bordeaux wine and possibly not even a good example, overall, the wine was drinkable and enjoyable.
Day two, with the wine exposed to air from the original uncorking and an overnight stoppered storage in the refrigerator, the wine produced some fruity overtones – for a short time. Gone was the wet wood aroma. Still present was one of the negatives, a slight off-taste at the back of the throat.
January 7, 2017
This is the kind of product that used to be found at a local bakery. It’s too bad there aren’t more local bakeries anymore.
These are surprisingly light and fluffy. The cake is slightly firmer than a Twinkie. The center of each cake is filled with a fruit jam (1 each of: apricot, apple, cherry). The cakes have a rich not overly sweet buttery taste and feel in the mouth. Each cake comes in an individual thin cardboard baking tray. They’re a nice change from the usual cakes that fill supermarket freezer cases.