A light but strong carbonated mead that really embraces the old norse history.
The King’s Mead from Hidden Legend Winery of Montana appeals to the historical mead drinkers who choose to drink from horns, but not really to me.
The Show Bear is a traditional mead made from blueberry blossom honey. IT has an interesting label but the mead makes me leave the show early.
The HoneyMaker Dry Mead is a traditional or show mead – meaning it only includes the basic ingredients – honey, water and yeast. It’s an easy to drink, fruity mead similar to a white wine.
Part of the Sap House Meadery Barrel Series, the Oaked Traditional Mead is well balanced and a very nice sipping mead.
Artesano’s Traditional Mead a very nice offering from the Vermont meadery – smooth, sweet and very drinkable.
Made from a blend of orange blossom and wildflower honey, with bee pollen, royal jelly, propolis, & beeswax – drinking Kookoolan World Meadery’s “Elegance” is like drinking right from the hive.
B. Nektar Orange Blossom Mead is a semi-sweet traditional mead that is a beautiful presentation of the orange blossom honey. It pours light, tastes great, and finishes all too quickly. Time to get another bottle!