Mead, Meade, Mede ...

By any of these names, the ancient drink of fermented honey invokes, to the minds eye, images of the Middle Ages.  Be it the Knights of the Round Table, the heroic tale of Beowulf, or the Kings of the North, their meade houses and their long ships in the mists of the dark age.   more meade ...  

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The Bees of Midgard

From Sunrise to twilight, the legions of honey bees, Apis mellifera forage the countryside throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn.  Every worker bee returns to the hives or skeps heavily laden with nectar and pollen.  The apiaries pulse and vibrate with the heartbeat of the living land. more about bees ...  

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The Honey of Midgard

The nectar of more than sixty varieties of wildflowers provides the flavour, sweetness, honesty and perfection of Midgard honey.  Meadows and pastures abundant in alfalfa, blackberry, blueberry, and fireweed produce the thick, raw golden honey of Midgard.  Orchards of apple, cherry, peach and plum produce Midgard's pure and natural amber honey.

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The Tales of Midgard

Odin transformed himself into an Eagle.  He filled his beak with the Meade of Poetry and flew on powerful wings to Asgard.  Arriving at Valhalla, Odin spat the sacred meade into the golden cups of the gloriously slain. read more ...  

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Drink Mead, Taste History!