Pommeau de Normandie is a mistelle type of beverage, meaning the fruit must is fortified prior to the beginning of fermentation. Pommeau is made by mixing 2/3 apple must (unfermented apple juice) with 1/3 one-year-old Calvados brandy (these proportions result in an ABV of 16-18%). The mixture is stirred gently in vats before moving to oak barrels, then aged for around 30 months. Its caramel flavor makes it a popular digestif, especially with crepes and chocolate-based dishes.
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