Dry traditional mead made with Virginia wildflower honey, fermented with champagne yeast and aged with french oak.
A celebration of love and history, this Williamsburg, Virginia creation honors a tradition as reliable as the new moon. Each summer, honey bees gift a harvest of fine Virginia wildflower honey, continuing the legacy of ancestors brought to North America through colonies like Williamsburg. This traditional recipe, featuring Virginia honey, makes a perfect introduction to this historic drink and the Old Dominion where it is handcrafted.
Serve gently chilled. Pairs well with Virginia country ham, asian BBQ, pan-seared seafood, pizza and aged Cheddars.
Raspberry Passion is a two-handed arpeggio between raspberry and passionfruit; a virtuoso fusion of sweet and tart flavors that flow as smooth as a guitar solo cranked up to eleven. Boldly be still and savor what is good.
Pairs well with lemon cake, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate cheese cake.
Semi-sweet melomel made with blueberry blossom honey and blueberries in both primary and secondary fermentation.
The epitome of freedom through beautiful constraint. Incredibly smooth like a 50’s modal jazz trumpet improvisation, this composition is created entirely in the mode of blue. Handcrafted with blueberry blossom honey and infused with blueberries in primary and secondary fermentation. It’s all about blues!
Pairs well with grilled meats, pepper steak, aged Asiago or Romano cheese, blueberry scones, and fresh blueberries.
Semi-sweet traditional mead made simply with orange blossom honey.
No matter the season, it always feels like summer with this refreshing semi-sweet mead born from orange blossoms. Citrus notes blend with grape overtones in a perfect combo for soaking up the rays! Savor what is good.
Don’t put it off until tomorrow. Today is the greatest day you’ve ever known to carve out some time to savor what is good! Sweetened with our pumpkin pie spice whipped honey, and aged in bourbon barrels, oh yes we did it! We made an autumnal mead and it’s the perfect pairing for crisp fall air, flannel, and your favorite scarf.
In the Nigerian city of Lagos, to “ginger” someone means to “make someone feel good or to spice them up.” Take your time and hold close the flavors from the rich dark avocado blossom honey and the warming ginger.
Fond memories of childhood in the summer come back full swing with this mead made with alfalfa honey, bursting with strawberry, cherry, and lime flavors and a hint of butterscotch. Savor the innocence. Rediscover the beauty.
Close your eyes, climb aboard the Dream Weaver train and ride the flavors of orange and vanilla through the night. The smooth nostalgia of this classic chill combination will help you reach the morning light.