Oh, yeah! I love this stuff, man. Now, not all mincemeats are created equal; some are crappy and suet-y, and some are way too boozy. This one from President's Choice is just perfect: lots of fruit, just enough booze to be really satisfying but not make you too drunk, and no big chunks of suet.
This isn't everyone's cup of tea, and I know it. Some of my family hates it, and the rest of us love it. It's one of those things you either have a strong aversion to or you're totally into. So, each year I make a certain quantity of mini mincemeat tarts and they are always the first thing to go off the goody plate.
For the pastry, I use this recipe from Gourmet (although I use all butter in mine), which is one of the two pastry recipes I've only ever had any consistent success with (the other is in this post). I use my mini muffin tin and my #100 cookie scoop, which gives the perfect amount of mincemeat for this size tart.
The result: yum! I got 46 tarts altogether and they are now in my freezer awaiting Christmas.