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The first flavor I detected was white grape followed quickly by unripe pear and dried flowers. Botanical like. Tannins were soft enough to please most palates. The balanced acidity provided a blank canvas for the band aid – like cellar profile. BTW, this is a good quality to have for artisanal ciders. The subtle funky character hung tight in the middle and back palate. Leprechaun Dry was just that, dry the entire way through with a “do not forget me finish.”