Mead, the world's oldest fermented beverage, is a category of beverage that is not beer, wine or cider, but made from honey. It is a drink that most people have never tried, but it is expensive to make and sell. Mead has been enjoyed by our ancestors all over the world, and the honey used to make it is nature's easiest sugar to find. Fermentation is vital to the quality of the ingredients used in the making of mead, and where the ingredients are sourced from is almost as important as the work that goes into making it. Different honeys taste different, and the bees themselves remove moisture from the nectar to make honey, which is stable and will not ferment inside the hive. Mead can happen spontaneously in nature, and people all around the world have been making it. Mead is sold all over the world, but the company featured in this video, Superstition Meadery, has warehouses in Phoenix and Sweden, and they send mead all over the state, country and world, but it is all made right there.
Learn more: https://superstitionmeadery.com/