Code: PL0652A | Brand: Pasieka Jaros

Pasieka Jaros - Miód pitny Dwójniak - Lipiec Perlisty - 0.75 l 16.2%, glass

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Polish sparkling Dwójniak is a cold-made mead and fermented from a mixture of linden honey and water in a ratio of 1: 1. Very sweet mead with a strong taste of linden honey. Glass bottle.
Category: Dessert mead
Weight: 1.35 kg
Producer: PASIEKA JAROS Sp. z o.o.
Honey source: nectar
Type of honey: linden
Production process: cold process
Alcohol: 16.2%
Sweetness: sweet
Volume: 0.75 l
Country of origin: Poland
Price/l: € 29.73
Original title: Miód pitný Dwójniak - Lipiec Perlisty
Composition: linden honey, water, alcohol, carbon dioxide
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Polish sparkling Dwójniak is a cold-made mead and fermented from a mixture of linden honey and water in a ratio of 1: 1. Very sweet mead with a strong taste of linden honey. Glass bottle.

This unique dwójniak is made from pure linden honey from the forests of Borecka in northern Poland. Long-term mature. Alcohol content approximately 16%.

The long maturation period gives the mead a unique velvety taste. The light bitterness comes from linden honey and balances the sweetness of a typical dwójniak. Its pale straw color and strong linden flavor give the impression that July will last forever - regardless of the season.

Dwójniak and Połtorak mead is aged for 3-5 years.

To give this drink a specific lightness, we subjected it to a gentle saturation. Its carbonization with carbon dioxide and a slight hint of bitterness from linden honey balance the sweetness of dwójniak.

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Frizzante mead

Frizzante mead is a classical mead with addition of CO2. It is not traditional sparkling mead because of no secondary fermentation.

Type of honey

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

Very rare linden honey mead from the finest quality.

Production process

This mead was made cold. This means that during its production, the honey was not heated above 40-45 °C, which is the normal temperature in nature to which honey is resistant. At higher temperatures, some precious components of honey can be damaged and degraded. Cold-made mead is the best choice.

Producer Pasieka Jaros

Production of traditional Polish mead started in 1991.