Maxwell Honey Mead – Mead is made by fermenting honey, unlike normal wines which are made from fermented grape juice. Archaeological evidence suggests honey was among the first substances to be fermented by humans. This original mead has a delicate bouquet of floral beeswax and nutty marmalade-like aromas. Refreshingly light on the palate subtle apricot and honey characters fill the mouth, finishing with a degree to piquancy. Ideally consumed chilled (over ice), it can also be mixed with soda water, lemonade, or dry ginger ale.
Gold Medal (best in show) Pure Varietal Mead ~ International Mead Festival Competition (USA)