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Oct 4

Written by: Ken
Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Café Amsterdam and Celestial Meads
Sunday October 16, 2011
Welcome to our “Comfort Food” Mead Dinner

Celestial Mead "Comfort Food" Dinner

Aperitif
Gunnlod’s Tears
Traditional dry mead, with spicy, fruity character of tupelo honey. 10% ABV

Assorted cheeses, fruits, breads and crackers

Soup
Oh Pear
Semi-sweet melomel with orange blossom honey and pears. Flavors of citrus and perfumy pear. 13.5% ABV

Chicken and dumplings. (need I say more?)

Salad
Saw Turn
Semi-sweet white pyment with sauvignon and Semillon grapes. Two different yeasts were used to ferment.
Aged on French oak for one year. Complex fruity mead balanced by the acidity of fruits. 14% ABV

Shrimp Louie with King’s mix lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, crumbled egg, lemon wedge. Topped with a seasoned dressing.

Entrée
Raizin d’Etre
Full bodied pyment with Zinfandel grapes and complemented by blackberry blossom honey.
Aged on oak for a buttery complexity. 14%

Macaroni and cheese on a bed of alder smoked pork loin
Served with seasonal vegetables

Dessert
The Fall
Semi-sweet cyser with tart cherries. A little stronger than a cider, and a little lighter than most meads.
Apples and cherries adds a complexity which is softened by the honey. 9.5% ABV

New England style apple pie with melting New York White Cheddar Cheese

Digestif
The Pollinator I
The first in a series. 17% ABV

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Oct 4

Written by: Ken
Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Café Amsterdam and Celestial Meads
Sunday October 16, 2011
Welcome to our “Comfort Food” Mead Dinner

Celestial Mead "Comfort Food" Dinner

Aperitif
Gunnlod’s Tears
Traditional dry mead, with spicy, fruity character of tupelo honey. 10% ABV

Assorted cheeses, fruits, breads and crackers

Soup
Oh Pear
Semi-sweet melomel with orange blossom honey and pears. Flavors of citrus and perfumy pear. 13.5% ABV

Chicken and dumplings. (need I say more?)

Salad
Saw Turn
Semi-sweet white pyment with sauvignon and Semillon grapes. Two different yeasts were used to ferment.
Aged on French oak for one year. Complex fruity mead balanced by the acidity of fruits. 14% ABV

Shrimp Louie with King’s mix lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, crumbled egg, lemon wedge. Topped with a seasoned dressing.

Entrée
Raizin d’Etre
Full bodied pyment with Zinfandel grapes and complemented by blackberry blossom honey.
Aged on oak for a buttery complexity. 14%

Macaroni and cheese on a bed of alder smoked pork loin
Served with seasonal vegetables

Dessert
The Fall
Semi-sweet cyser with tart cherries. A little stronger than a cider, and a little lighter than most meads.
Apples and cherries adds a complexity which is softened by the honey. 9.5% ABV

New England style apple pie with melting New York White Cheddar Cheese

Digestif
The Pollinator I
The first in a series. 17% ABV

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