Miód pitny Dwójniak - Koronny

Pasieka Jaros

PL0623A (MEAD)

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.

melomela
mixed 
chokeberry
sweet
0.75 l
16.0 %
cold process
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honey, water, herbs, fruit juices

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Honey is characterized by freshness and delicacy coupled with a distinctive aroma of Polish honey.
 
The main honey component consists of a mutiflower honey with addition of buckwheat honey and touch of honeydew hony and heather honey. The base is also flavored by the elderberry and chokeberry juice before fermentation.
 
Dwójniak is typically aged about 3 years.

Competition awards

  • gold medal at the 10th annual Wine and Meadery Competition in Torun, Poland in 2001 organized by the Winery and Meadery Council of Poland;
  • bronze medal at the International Festival of Meadery in Boulder, U.S.A in 2004;
  • gold medal at the International Meadery Competition „Mazer Cup” in Boulder, U.S.A. 2009;
  • bronze medal  at the International Meadery Competition „Mazer Cup” in Boulder, U.S.A. 2012 ;
  • silver medal at the VIII National Contest Meads, Parpary 2012.

About meadery

Production of traditional Polish mead started in 1991.

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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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