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Code: SK0711B | Brand: Beramed

Beramed - Tekovska medovina barrique - 0.375 l 12%

€14.60 €12.07 excl. VAT
In stock (>5 pcs)
Premium archive mead. Matured in barrique oak barrels
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Category: Archive mead
Weight: 0.95 kg
Producer: Beramed, s.r.o.
Honey source: nectar
Production process: boiled
Alcohol: 12%
Sweetness: sweet
Flavour: herbal, spiced
Volume: 0.375 l
Country of origin: Slovakia
Price/l: € 38.93
Original title: Tekovská medovina barrique
Composition: flower honey, water, mix of spices and herbs
Preservatives: E202
Vintage: 2019
News order: M0340

Premium archive mead. Matured in barrique oak barrels.

What makes this mead special is the selection of spices it contains. Its recipe has evolved over many years and is currently protected as a family secret. Extra delicacy comes from its long maturation in a barrique french oak barrel. It brings a range of flavours and smells which impress your senses.

Aged 8 months in barrique oak barrel.

Best to be enjoyed slowly from the long-stemmed glasses, cooled down to 12-16 °C.


Mead is an alcoholic beverage fermented from honey and water, with possibility of addition of other ingredients such as spices or herbs or in combination with fruit juices.

Classical mead

Classical mead is made by fermenting honey and water without any other ingrediences. It keeps its original honey flavour and taste.

Type of honey

Blossom honey or nectar comes from the nectar of various flowers.

Production process

This mead was boiled before fermentation. The thermal process has certain technological advantages, however, some valuable components of honey are damaged, especially during prolonged boiling. You will not recognize the production process in taste, but it is typical for boiled mead that they are more golden in color because honey partially caramelize at high temperatures.

Producer Beramed

Beramed is a family meadery from Topoľčianky in Slovakia. The name Tekovská mead comes from the county "Tekovska župa" which Topoľčianky belonged to in 16th and 17th century.