Code: LT0202R | Brand: Šušvės midus

Šušvės midus - Midus Kunigaikščių (Duke's mead) - 0.5 l 12%, ceramic

€24.81 €20.50 excl. VAT
In stock (4 pcs)
Duke's mead is a Lithuanian mead of unique dark color and exclusive taste, with a very fine, silky structure, complex taste, because it is made from all bee products. Contains min. 50% honey and is filled into the original bottle.
Delivery to:
7.3.2024
Category: Metheglins
Weight: 1 kg
Producer: Šušvės midus
Honey source: honeydew
Production process: boiled
Alcohol: 12%
Sweetness: sweet
Volume: 0.5 l
Country of origin: Lithuania
Price/l: € 49.60
Original title: Midus Kunigaikščių
Composition: dark honey, water, bee bread, propolis
Preservatives: sulphites

Duke's mead is a Lithuanian mead of unique dark color and exclusive taste, with a very fine, silky structure, complex taste, because it is made from all bee products. Contains min. 50% honey and is filled into the original bottle.

The mead is fermented from dark forest and buckwheat honey, contains the most honey and ferments for up to 6 months.

The recommended serving temperature is 12-16 ° C. Used as an aperitif, suitable for sophisticated meat dishes or desserts.

Ratings and awards:

2015 Recognized as the best Lithuanian mead at the Lithuanian Wine Championship.
21st International Exhibition of Agriculture and Food "AgroBalt 2016" - winner of the gold medal.
8th exhibition of Lithuanian manufacturers "Made in Lithuania 2016" - awarded a diploma.
Silver medal at the European mead competition "KRAFT OF THE YEAR" 2018

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.

Metheglin

Metheglin is a type of mead with added (maturated) spices and herbs.

Type of honey

Mead from forest honeydew

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 Šušvės midus

Near the famous fortified settlement of Plinkaigalio, on the banks of the fast-flowing river Šušvė, where our ancestors already prospered in prehistoric times, the old craft of mead production was revived.