Mead from mixed honey

Flower and honeydew honey together

Mead from "mixed-honey" assumes typical characteristic of any type of honey or honeydew, such as meads from single-flower honeys.

Mixed honey contains mostly honey from trees, plants and herbs. It is mainly from the second clutches when bees fly both on late-flowering plants, but has also for honeydew into the woods. Mixed honeys have very different properties depending on the particular combination of plant species, of which bees are collecting a nectar. Taste and appearance of these honeys are so highly variable depending on the location and type of plants visited.


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Metsiederei Eckert: VITUM

Metsiederei Eckert: VITUM

40% mead destilate

Metsiederei Eckert: BlackLabel NorseMet

Metsiederei Eckert: BlackLabel NorseMet

Flavour: herbal spiced walnut

Semi-Sweet Traditional matured

Telor Y Coed

Mountain Mead Ltd: Telor Y Coed

A medium sweet traditional Welsh mead

Melyn Yr Eithin

Mountain Mead Ltd: Melyn Yr Eithin

A medium dry traditional Welsh mead

Metsiederei Eckert: NorseMet

Metsiederei Eckert: NorseMet

Flavour: herbal spiced

Semi-Sweet Traditional

Medovíno s.r.o.:

Medovíno s.r.o.: Medovíno Klasik

Medovinka s.r.o.:

Medovinka s.r.o.: Medovina hlinecká


Jiří Sláma: Novinka - Original Medovina


JANKAR PROFI, s.r.o.: Medovinka Dr. Bojda Original

Josef Gabriel:

Josef Gabriel: Medovina bylinná - světlá

Flavour: herbal
Ivana Bakrlíková:

Ivana Bakrlíková: Hřebečská medovina - tradiční

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