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An ancient love longing to be remembered, blossoming in the scorched earth beneath a once active volcano. This reimagined medieval French recipe is characterized by caramelized honey, with aromas of cloves, vanilla, cherry, molasses, and oak. Each sip brings a touch of sweetness with a long finish that leaves you wanting more.
2015 Mazer Cup Award Winner
Visual – deep amber
Aroma – caramel, spice, smoky
Flavor – nutty, butterscotch
Body – medium
Finish – dry, smoky, caramel
Pairs well with pork tenderloin, steak fajitas, grilled fish, bacon-wrapped asparagus, aged cheddar and dark chocolate.
Terres Brûlées is a a medieval French recipe brought back to life by Silver Hand, and inspired by Jacques Brel’s 1959 song, Ne Me Quitte Pas, sung by Nina Simone. In this song, a lover reminisces about an old love that once burned like an active volcano. Now, the lover calls out to her lover from a scorched earth below the volcano saying, “Don’t forget me” … just like this recipe.