A nice drinkable mead. Nothing earth-shattering, but a good summer session drinker.
The Marion Mead from Superstition Meadery is a very intriguing mead with marvelously rich flavors. Much more tart and balanced than expected.
This is a special review for me. I recently joined the good guys, Tysen and Allen over at the MeadMakr Podcast to do an episode with them. At the top of the show they each crack a bottle of mead with their guest. I tried the House Bear Brewing Paradise Unpaved, while Allen… Read More →
The Dwarf Invasion from B Nektar is a mead made with tart Balaton cherries and Styrian Golding hops. Overall, the mead and label are good. A few little misses here and there keep it from being great. But good is good – refreshing and quite drinkable.
I picked up a bottle of Bunratty Mead when traveling in Ireland with my family. Though my experience in Ireland was amazing, the mead didn’t really follow suit.
Overall I feel like the Moonlight Meadery Sumptuous sips a little two sweet for me but it makes for a fine after-dinner drink.
The aroma of strawberry with this melomel from Sap House Meadery is amazing but the flavors fall a bit short.
The Hopped Blueberry mead from Sap House Meadery comes in at 14.6% alcohol, but it is incredibly balanced and drinkable.
This deep purple Blueberry Melomel from Kuhnhenn Brewing company is like eating a mouthful of blueberries. I can’t decide whether thats a good thing or not.
Coming in at around $20 for a 375ml bottle, it is definitely worth the try due to its uniqueness in the marketplace – but its probably not one I’ll be going back to.