The cotton honey used to make A Wight Fall is dependent on many factors, predominately the weather. This mead is the lightest of our offerings so far and has a distinctive flavor you have to taste for yourself. It is designated a Virginia's Finest product.
Made with mesquite honey from the Southwest region, this is a light mead that is very drinkable. The flavor is that of the mesquite but without the smokiness, and a slight hint of spice at the end. This mead is a great one to pair with grilled or smoked foods such as brisket, grilled veggies, etc…
Legend has it that when Pirate Black Bart's men were hanged in Hampton, VA, in 1720, one brazen fellow drank a final toast at the gallows (We like to think it was Mead) and vowed Damnation to the Governor and the Colony. Made with locally sourced blackberries and clover honey, the fruitiness of this melomel is always pleasing.
Steeped with a taste of the Holidays, Orange Blossom Honey mead is infused with the spices of rich vanilla, cloves, warm cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Blending these spices with our mead creates an exceptionally smooth, seasonal finish. This metheglin is also wonderful served warm, as a wassail.
The specialty mint to produce this Metheglin, courtesy of Ham Towne Spicery, has a refreshing taste of spring. Made with Clover Honey, it also has Vanilla for a warm finish. Warrascoyack Spring Metheglin is also wonderful chilled on a hot Summer Day.
This is a traditional mead that first appeared in Europe. Basswood honey yields a smooth, light mead with buttery, citrus notes to start, then ages into more menthol tones. An old world flavor for the New World.