Code: CZ6014D | Brand: Hrebecska medovina

Hrebecska medovina - Hrebecska mead - klasterni (monastery) - 0.1 l 12%, glass

€9.75 €8.06 excl. VAT
In stock (3 pcs)
The original recipe of the monastery mead with 9 types of spices and herbs evokes a calm and spiritual atmosphere.
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Category: Sample volumes
Weight: 0.25 kg
Producer: Ivana Bakrlíková
Honey source: mixed
Production process: not boiled
Alcohol: 12%
Sweetness: sweet
Flavour: herbal, spiced
Volume: 0.1 l
Country of origin: Czech republic
Price/l: € 97.50
Original title: Hřebečská medovina - klášterní
Composition: water, honey, spices, herbs
Preservatives: tartaric acid
Good for hot mead: yes

The original recipe of the monastery mead with 9 types of spices and herbs evokes a calm and spiritual atmosphere.

Hřebečská mead is a purely natural product created by fermenting quality honey with the participation of a pure wine yeast culture. Their rare taste is achieved by the quality of honey, which comes from the forests around Moravská Třebová. It has a pleasant effect on the digestive system and calms the nervous system, contributes to calming and inducing good well-being. It is served chilled, in the cold season it is also served warm.

The monastery mead is flavored with 9 types of spices and herbs. Among others, it contains butterbur, lemon balm, etc.


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

Type of honey

Flower and honeydew honey together

Production process

This mead is not cooked, however, during its production, the honey was heated above 50 °C for a limited time. It could be heated up to temperatures of 80 °C, when some components of honey may be degraded.

This mead is suitable for heating, but we recommend always keeping the maximum heating temperature to approx. 50-55 ° C. At higher temperatures, the precious components of honey could be damaged. For heating, we recommend sweeter and more pronounced mead, especially those with the addition of spices or herbs, the aroma of which pleasantly emerges when heated. However, you can taste the mead according to your wishes, as well as mulled wine.

Producer Hrebecska medovina

Family meadery from Moravská Třebová in the Czech republic. Producing 8 different types of mead from only their own honey.

Beekeeping is a family tradition in the area of the Hrebeč Hills. The production of mead is the main part of the production of the family company.

Hřebečská mead began to be produced around 1995, but it was not officially commercialized until 2002. Mrs. Bakrlíková places great emphasis on the meads offered being of a natural nature, and she also devotes great care to the selection of mixtures of spices and herbs that have a beneficial effect on the body. These are mostly collected directly in the surrounding areas of Hřebečské hřbet.

With the exception of almond mead (which we do not sell at Medovinárna), all ingredients are natural and of the highest quality.

Basic mead without additives is referred to as <em>traditional</em>. There are also 4 types of spiced herbal meads on offer - monastic, princely, old Bohemian and herbal bitter. They contain different mixtures of 9 to 21 types of ingredients. Wormwood, hornwort, lemon balm, gentian, hops, ginger and many others.

Walnut mead also has a spicy-herbal base, but walnuts are macerated in it, which gives it a slightly bitter taste.

Cinnamon mead creates a pleasant festive atmosphere with its intensity.

We recommend tasting the archival Old Bohemian mead, which matured for 5 years in an oak barrel and is very dense, sweet, with a distinct aroma of 17 spices and herbs.

The beneficial effects of the honey and herbs used have a pleasant effect on the digestive system and calm the nervous system, contributing to relaxation and the induction of well-being.