Verger Lacroix Feu Sacré (Cidre de Feu)

Brewed by Verger Lacroix
Style: Ice Cider/Ice Perry
St-Joseph-Du-Lac, Canada
Serve in Flute, Stem glass


on tap


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RATINGS: 20   MEAN: 3.74/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.61/5   EST. CALORIES: 480   ABV: 16%
Le Feu Sacré est un cidre exhibant une couleur jaune ambré de bonne intensité. Nez exubérant qui dégage des parfums dominants de compote de pommes et d’abricot séché. Le tout est également agrémenté par des effluves de brioche. Prenez plaisir à savourer ce nectar doux manifestant une bonne nervosité. Fidèle aux parfums perçus à l’olfaction, il laisse percevoir des saveurs de pomme mûre et de fruits secs. La bouche d’une texture grasse culmine dans une longue finale. Apéritif ou fin de repas. Servir frais 10-12 C.

The Sacred Fire cider is showing off an amber yellow color of good intensity. exuberant nose that emerges from the dominant flavors of apple sauce and dried apricot. The whole is also complemented by hints of brioche. Enjoy enjoy this sweet nectar manifesting a good nervous. True to the scent perceived in olfaction, it hints at flavors ripe apple and dried fruit. The mouth of a fat texture culminates in a long the final. Aperitif or after dinner. Serve chilled 10-12 C.

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DuffMan (10772) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 17, 2017
From the bottle @ Mondial de la Biere 2017, Montreal. Medium golden hue, still, with medium-high viscosity. Maple and vanilla sweetness intermingle with dense cooked apple flavour, lightly acidic finish. Tasty.

JulienHuxley (5981) - Sherbrooke, Quebec, CANADA - APR 30, 2015
Sample from a bottle. Deep copper pour, clear. Aroma is really nice, candied apple, caramel, cinnamon apple, applesauce, light green apple. Taste is rich, decadent apple pie sweetness, lots of cinnamon and apple sauce. Palate is med-full bodied, quite boozy, you can certainly feel the added alcohol. Tasty stuff, not as refined as a great ice cider but certainly offers most of the same flavor profile.

tom10101 (6297) - Quebec, CANADA - APR 21, 2015
2 oz sample from bottle (375 ml).

Appearance: Clear copper with almost no alcohol legs despite the high abv.

Aroma: The 16% abv is showing up as this is quite “hot”. There’s brown sugar, caramelized apples and notes of raisins.

Taste: Heavily sweet. Boozy with brown sugar, caramelized apples, raisins, nutmeg and oak.

Palate: Medium to full body. Not as thick as Ice Ciders. Warming, almost burning finish. Nutmeg aftertaste.

Overall: Quite boozy. I don’t have a baseline for “Cidre de feu”, but if I compare this to Ice Ciders, this is far less complex and refined. Still an enjoyable beverage, but not one that I would seek again.

Minderbinder (3469) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - APR 16, 2015
Bottle 375ml. Pours hazy amber with no head. Good legs. Aroma is of apples, lots of alcohol. Taste is of apples, tart, sugar, alcohol. Palate: Full bodied. No carbonation. Somewhat sticky. Burning alcohol. Overall: Quite nice, but very boozy.

jredmond (8839) - New York, New York, USA - FEB 21, 2015
Bittle sampled at Mondial 2015 in Montreal with Linh, Ken and Nica. Pours an amber body. Mouthfeel is medium with notes of apple cider, skins, earthy wood and alcohol. You really taste the heat in this one.

mathieuc (4000) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 15, 2013
Pours a clear copper without any bubbles. Aroma of cooked apples, brown sugar and alcohol. Taste is sweet and almost cloying but also a little tart. Flavors of apple cider (duh) and not much else. Alcohol shows up a lot in the finish. Interesting but not the best in class.

czar (9612) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 4, 2013
pours cloudy and dirty amber, legs showing. brown sugar, caramelized apples, reds, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple juice, apple sauce, woodsy old rum, warming and tingling alcohol, spices - cinnamon feel, dried fruits, bit of earthiness. flat carbonation, medium body - syrupy, astringent, herbal finish and lightly tart finish. very good.

GRM (4241) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 21, 2012
Sample, from a bottle, Mondial de la bière, savoured on June 7 2012; eye: coppery, clear, no effervescence, no head; nose: concentrated apple, candied apple; mouth: concentrated apple, candied apple, finale in candied apple, full body, not much carbonation, rather sweet, liqueur-like texture; overall: quite fine FRANÇAIS Échantillon, d’une bouteille, Mondial de la Bière, savourée le 7 juin 2012; œil : cuivrée, limpide, pas d’effervescence, pas de mousse; nez : pomme concentrée, pomme confite; bouche : pomme concentrée, pomme confite, finale en pomme confite, corsée, peu carbonatée, plutôt sucré, texture liquoreuse; en résumé : bien bon

mabel (10004) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 25, 2012
[4470-20120608] Bottle. Toasted oats cereal aroma drizzled in apple maple syrup. Clear, brown amber body with not lasting head. Boozy super-sweet apple flavour. Medium body. Sugary and sickly syrupy is quite overwhelming, but it is fun to try. (7/3/6/3/11) 3.0
(@ Mondial, Montreal, QC)

robinvboyer (4812) - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 16, 2012
Super viscous dark hazy brown pour. Thick aroma of hoey, apples, baked apple pie, all envelopped in a light tinge of smoke. The mouthfeel is very thick, the legs on the glass are incredible. The alcohol is there but its well hidden. Super sweet,and a touch tart finish. Incredible stuff, wow!

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