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.
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.
The Hunter Mead from Orchid Cellar Winery is a delicious Capsicumel – a mead made with chili peppers which impart a great lingering heat that begs for another sip
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.
The Necromangocon is a mango & black pepper mead – another inventive and tasty offering from B. Nektar Meadery.
Artesano’s Traditional Mead a very nice offering from the Vermont meadery – smooth, sweet and very drinkable.
Everything about Superstition’s Berry White is intense, full-bodied and robust. It’s alike no mead i’ve ever tried, and incredibly delicious…This mead has soul.
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.
The Lumberjack Cyser comes from Maryland’s Orchid Cellar Winery. It’s a warm dessert mead living up to the shape of the bottle. I definitely recommend enjoying on a cool fall or winter night next to a crackling fire – with wood you chop yourself, of course.