We're not sure who came up with the dreamy & creamy mint chocolate chip flavor combination (it probably wasn't a panda), but we've done our best to salute them by creating this mead with light amber honey, mint, chocolate & lactose. If you're in the mood for a little more zing than your ice cream can provide, give Ling Ling A Ting a try!
Sometimes a mistake turns out to be something special. We fermented some Sweet Devotion to 17% alcohol and aged it in a raspberry stout bourbon barrel for a year. Enjoy this port like version of Sweet Devotion as it's a one time product!
Don't let the simple name of this fruity, carbonated mead deceive you, it's bursting with crisp & energetic flavor from wildflower honey & raspberry. In folklore & art, raspberry’s red juice represented the energy of the blood, flowing from the heart and carrying love, nutrition, and kindness through the body. Naturally, we'd never claim this mead will do the same, but it certainly wouldn't hurt to share it with someone you love.
Is it the alcoholic version of a favorite popsicle, or the clone of a long-lost Soviet recipe? You'll just have to try it to find out. Starting with orange-blossom honey, we add vanilla beans, orange peel & lactose to achieve a creamy, dreamy & bubbly level of deliciousness.
Our best seller is sweet but devastatingly complex with wildflower honey, black currants, black tea, rose petals & oil of bergamot. So versatile, you can pair a glass with a juicy steak, savor it like a rich port, garnish it like sangria, or drizzle it over ice cream.
A lawn chair is recommended but not required for savoring the brightness of this carbonated lemon-lavender mead. Starting with wildflower honey, lemon juice, and whole lemons, we add green tea and lavender for a taste that's as complex as it is refreshing.
Starting with orange-blossom honey, Assam black tea, and fresh oranges, Clinton's Folly is a sweet mead with a bitter edge. And no, it's not named for THAT Clinton, but for the Erie Canal, which made it possible for Western New Yorkers to partake of fresh oranges nearly 200 years ago.