Celteg Medieval Mead – 750ml (12% ABV)


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This unique, smooth and sweet Medieval Mead uses the oldest recipe we have been able to find for producing mead, although we have excluded the rotten crab apples since we think that modern taste buds are not into such flavours. With it’s rich golden, honeycomb finish, this has quickly become one of the most popular Meads in the UK and certainly a favourite of our customers.

Did you know…? Mead is the oldest alcoholic drink ever discovered. Mead was found in the tomb of Tutankhamun and it was also highly valued by the Romans. What’s more, medieval monks seem to have been weaned on Mead for many hundreds of years.

Serving Suggestion: Classically served cold with an array of meats and cheeses. Served hot (best heated to 50 – 55°C) with array of spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, star anise, allspice and cardamom. Add a slice of orange for an extra zesty tang.

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Weight 1.8 kg



Allergen Info

Contains Traces of Sulphites

411 in stock

Gluten Free

If you love our Welsh Medieval Mead, you might also want to try our Sparkling Celebration Mead and Mead Liqueur.

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This product does contain traces of Sulphites. However, as Winemakers with over 30 years experience, we produce our wines & liqueurs without any preservatives in order to maintain the authentic regional taste of our fruits.
During fermentation, the yeasts produce sulphites (CO2), although only in small amounts. Therefore, despite no additional sulphites being added, the wine and liqueurs will still contain traces of it. The skill lies in creating conditions (hygiene of the fruits and the winery, temperatures, selection of low-sulphite producing yeasts) that lead to the lowest formation of sulphites possible.
We do however use Sulphites to sterilise all equipment and barrels during the wine making processes, this is common practise in the winemaking industry. However, we are actively looking at other alternatives and hope to eradicate Sulphites from this process.
We also understand that many of our customers want to limit their exposure to chemicals by buying organic food and drink with less preservatives added and we will continue to strive to provide this for all moving forward.
Be safe in the knowledge that this product is vegan friendly. We do not use any fish or animal products throughout the entire process of making this product. This also includes our labels.
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