[Koh ahn], a paradoxical anecdote or riddle, is used in Zen Buddhism to provoke enlightenment and demonstrate the inadequacy of logical reasoning. We love sour things. Sour stimulates digestion, opening the palate to experience a medley of flavor, while also inspiring the mind to open up to puzzling tastes. This sparkling apple wine was barrel aged for 3 years and then steeped with a mixed medley of berries before bottling with a dose of honey in the traditional method.
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Ingredients: red and black currants, aronia berries, concord grapes, foraged apples, wild cultures of yeast and bacteria
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