Miód pitný Dwójniak - Lipiec

Pasieka Jaros

PL0621A (MEAD)

Polish Dwójniak is a mead produced by cold way and fermented from a mixture of linden honey and water in a ratio of 1:1. A very sweet varietal mead with a distinctive taste of lime honey. Glass bottle.

classical mead
nectar  linden
sweet
0.75 l
16.0 %
cold process
  • Single-honey
  • Archive
linden honey, water

Details

This unique dwójniak is made from pure linden honey from the Borec forest in northern Poland. Long-term mature. Alcohol content approximately 16%.
 
A long maturation time results in a unique velvety taste.  A light touch of bitterness comes from the honey lime and offsets the sweetness of a typical dwójniak. Its pale straw color and strong lime flavor give the impression that July will last forever – regardless of the season.

Aged about 3 years.

Competition awards

  • a silver medal at the XIX International Congress of Beekeeping „Apislavia”, 19-23 September 2012, Pszczela Wola, Poland
  • a silver medal at the X Mazer Cup International U.S.A. 2018

About meadery

Production of traditional Polish mead started in 1991.

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What is traditional mead or honeywine?

Mead (honey wine) is the world oldest alcoholic drink and one of the most delicious. There is a strong mead-making tradition in Central Europe with meads from this region regularly winning global awards. It has been highly valued since ancient times and it was the drink of kings and aristocrats. That's why today, it's also an excellent gift. Our Mead Museum in Prague offers you the best Czech and Slovak traditional meads. 

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