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Helles

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Brought some honey from a 2$ shop about 2 years ago
Decided to make a mead with it
It was Macadamia nut Honey
Tasted the other night after 18 months in the bottle
Found it to be the best Mead i have made
Tasted woody like an oak aged mead (some thing i have only tasted in a 20 Yr old white wine)
Fruity like a very well aged white wine ( not a real white wine drinker but i will drink it)
Sort of dry and sweet at the same time
And some other flavours that i will have to drink more of it to describe
All in all the taste would have to be described as a very well aged White wine
Alcholic bight that my meads do have was very subdued
It was very surprising considering i paid about 2$ a KG of honey

Absolutly the best Mead i have made Albeit @ 2$ per KG
 

kymba

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you sir have an amazing amount of patience. can you give some more details

this mead stuff, how long / what temp does it need?

no! i'm not searching...no one else does these days so you can all go get fkd!

just the basic rumdown wil be fine thanks!
 

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you sir have an amazing amount of patience. can you give some more details

this mead stuff, how long / what temp does it need?

no! i'm not searching...no one else does these days so you can all go get fkd!

just the basic rumdown wil be fine thanks!
Lol lazy bastard

Anyway
Add honey
Add water
Add yeast
Add nutrient if u want
Ferment around 18degrees if u want

Although if u look under this section u will usually find the Jao guide on the ffirst page
 

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