Let it age for a year.
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Mad Elf tastes like cherry cough syrup.
posted by DeBo
Meaning, stick it in a dark corner in your basement until next Christmas and let the yeast go to work. I agree with your assessment that cherry is too dominant in fresh Mad Elf, but the aging mellows it out while introducing more complex flavors.
Agree, I always give it at least a year, mostly two. *
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