Kir, is a traditional French cocktail made with white wine and crème de cassis. This is a meadist twist on the simple Kir recipe.
This cocktail is a delicious fall take on the Manhattan. It will surely keep you warm on those cold fall nights.
This cocktail could be one of my favorite mead cocktails I’ve made. It has a lot going for it. It’s sour, sweet, and boozy.
A new mead cocktail recipe with Sap House Meadery Strawberry mead, gin, lime, and club soda. Perfect for a hot summer day.
My wife was approaching her third week with a sore throat and congestion, so I decided to mix up a meadist play on an old traditional home remedy; a hot toddy. Enjoy the soothing properties, and have a good night’s rest!
A spicy, warming winter cocktail recipe using bourbon, Moonlight Meadery Apple Mead and Art in the Age Snap.
This is a great refreshing cocktail with a nice balance of botanicals, fruitiness and ginger kick. I can’t wait until I can sip one of these on my patio in the hot summer sun!
This cocktail brings together the sweet spice of the Hunter Chili Mead, with the dry spiciness of the rye whisky. It’s smooth, robust and has the perfect peppery kick. I would highly recommend trying this, especially on a chilly winter night.
There’s no better way to turn a regular day into a celebration than to start out with a mimosa. To celebrate International Mead Day – start it off with a Meadmosa. Get it…you change the Mi with Mead. Get it. No seriously, go get one for yourself.
Like it or not, as many celebration days often end up, Cinco De Mayo has its fair share of drinking. This Cinco De Mayo, go with a Margarita, Meadist style!