Trnavska medovina - Trnava mead

Apimed

SK0303A (MEAD)

The most traditional Slovakian mead with spices and herbs

metheglin
nectar 
sweet
0.75 l
13.5 %
not boiled
  • For heating
  • Recommended as gift
flower honey, water, extract from spices and herbs
E202

Details

In Trnava mead you can find hidden gifts of sun, variety and endless diversity of blooming meadows. It is made of the best sorts of floral honey to excel its pure honey flavor and the aroma is improved with natural extracts of herbs and spices. With each sip you can feel a return to old values and traditions, and you will be prevailed with blissful memories of past times. Get on a retro bike with nostalgia in the heart and hit the road of the popular streets and secret corner.

Trnava mead is made from natural fermentation of selected species of floral honey. Pure honey flavour and aroma is fine-tuned form extract of herbs and spices. The uniqueness of Trnava mead lies in perfect harmony of selected species of floral honey and herbs and spices. In addition to numerous awards is the first ever mead, which won the gold medal for Slovakia from the world's largest beekeeping exhibition Apimondia 2005 in Dublin.

Best to be enjoyed slowly from the long-stemmed glasses, cooled down to 12-16 °C. Can be also drank hot, heated to 55-60 °C.

About meadery

Apimed is one of the largest meaderies in Slovakia. Their meads have won numerous global awards, including the "Best mead in the world" in 2015.

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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. 

  • E-shop price € 8.50
  • € 7.02 without VAT
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