Basement in a box works for me. Dry and cool.
And dark, don't forget dark. That's very important. I keep them in a lower cabinet, they store quite well.Basement in a box works for me. Dry and cool.
Just picked up some Gumdrops on a whim after seeing they came from the Grapery. My assessment, based on the fact that I just absentmindedly shoveled about a half-pound of them down my gullet, is that they are very good.We got some new varieties of grapes in recently. Flavor Pop and Gumdrop grapes are both excellent.
Yep. My father in law picks a bunch of those every summer in Nebraska for pies. They're Montmorency.My cousin gave me a call a couple of days to ask if I could use any tart / sour cherries for homebrewing, and while I didn't have an immediate use for them, I hooked him up with imperialking who can use them in meadmaking.
Anyone know what varietal these are? They look like Montmorency, but looking for some confirmation.