Code: NO0111C | Brand: Mjøderiet

Mjøderiet - Mead Katla (caramelized honey) - 0.25 l 12%, glass

€11.40 €9.42 excl. VAT
In stock (>5 pcs)
A sweet Norwegian vanilla mead made with caramelized blended and 30% heather honey in the Bochet style. Katla is named after the famous Icelandic volcano
Delivery to:
19.4.2024
Category: Mead
Weight: 0.5 kg
Producer: Mjøderiet AS
Alcohol: 12%
Sweetness: sweet
Flavour: vanilla
Volume: 0.25 l
Country of origin: Norway
Price/l: € 45.60
Original title: Katla
Composition: water, honey, vanilla
Preservatives: sulphites
News order: M0686

A sweet Norwegian vanilla mead made with caramelized blended and 30% heather honey in the Bochet style. Katla is named after the famous Icelandic volcano.

Katla is a so-called bochet mead made from caramelized honey. Bochet's style was rediscovered when a medieval French text from 1393 was translated into English in 2009, and the recipe is one of the few known from this period.

Katla also has a bit of Madagascar vanilla in it to bring out the deep caramel flavor that shines through with the honey.

It goes well with vanilla ice cream, cream cakes, strong cheeses or to be enjoyed on its own.

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mead

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.

Bochet

Bochet is mead made from caramelized honey

Producer Mjøderiet

Norway's first meadery, located outside Bergen, Norway. We make all kinds of mead, both traditional and modern.

The first Norwegian mead farm that produces all types of mead: traditional and modern

Mjøderiet is made up of five passionate enthusiasts from Bergen, Norway, with a passion for mead - an ancient drink that has started to make a comeback in Nordic tastes in recent years.

We have a diverse background coming from Norway's homebrewing scene and beer enthusiasts, and Mjøderiet's ambition is to revitalize mead both in Norway and internationally. We believe that more and more people are ready to join the international development in which mead has made a comeback in several countries. We think mead is a hugely exciting drink with huge potential. Mjøderiet strives to spread knowledge, revive classic styles and experiment with new and adventurous tastes.

We have one foot in the old mead tradition of trying to resurrect ancient flavors and ancient recipes, while the other foot is in the new culture of craft drinks, focusing on experimenting with fruits, berries, spices, different levels of carbonation and alcohol.

Mjøderiet wants diversity. We want quality. We want a real passion for noble drinks, for honey carefully collected by hard-working bees, for real fruits and berries, for fragrant spices and herbs. We want exciting new flavor combinations. We want to get the mead to the people.