Polish Mead Trójniak is fermented from one part of honey and two parts of water. It is made according to a family recipe and in a cold way.
Polish mead Dwójniak is produced in a cold way by fermenting from a mixture of summer and autumn honey and water in a 1:1 ratio with a touch of aromatic home-grown herbs.
This Polish mead is produced by cold fermentation from the same parts of honey and water and with the addition of a mixture of various local Polish herbs.
Polish mead Dwójniak and melomel. The basis for fermentation is 50% of flower honey and 30% of remaining content is a raspberry juice.
Two thirds of honey mixed with water is used to produce this highest-quality Polish mead. Honey is a combination of spring flower nectar honey with the addition of buckwheat honey. The sweetness of honey balanced by apple juice.