A sweet traditional style mead made from organic honey from Zamunda. Fermented on oak harvested from a mop handle used to disarm a would be robber at a Queens, NY dining establishment in 1988. Or perhaps a traditional style mead made with African wildflower honey harvested in the Zambezi Valley of Zambia and fermented on American Oak
This mead was inspired by the flavors of a tropical fruit sorbet. We used some amazing orange blossom honey and paired it with Passionfruit, Tangerines and Raspberries along with lactose and a kiss of vanilla for creaminess
A mixed fruit melomel focused on “Superfood” type berries. Pacific NW Marionberries meet European Elderberries and Huckleberries from the mountains of Idaho. Aged on oak for a bold berry and vinous experience
A sweet Traditional style mead made using the two time winner of the Apimondia Best Honey in the World title. Hairy Vetch comes from the plains of Montana. We allowed this one to naturally open ferment for 24 hours before the addition of Saccharomyces and non-Saccharomyces strains. Delicate notes of light berry, tropical stone fruit esters and a bubble...