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A traditional mead from Britain, Highland Wineries recommend their Moniack mead be served chilled, or as an aperitif.
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I'm normaly tea only. But I tried it at witchfest uk 2016. And I love it. Its my first and they set the bar high. As I tried others since and nothing compares to Moniack Mead. Keep up the good work. Brightest blessings to you
6th February 2017
I love it. It was my first and is the standard by which I judge all other mead.
14th January 2017
I have tried several, but this is truley the nectar of the gods..Can we get it in the US ? I have not found any yet.Connie Wagar
5th November 2016
Better than anything else I've had here in the States. Lovely sweetness!
16th August 2016
This was the best mead I'd ever had. I really wish it wasn't sold out right now. Dear Master's of Malt, Please order more ! I don't want to buy the smaller bottle!
28th April 2016
That is all.
13th June 2015
A little disappointed by this. I bought it because I had never tried mead before but it's far too sweet for me and also has an odd sharpness that I wasn't expecting. It has grown on me since my first sip and I'm sure I'll finish the bottle, but on the whole, it's just not my cup of tea.
31st March 2015
This taste very good, and will go good for dinner.
15th January 2015
As meads go, this is rich, sweet, and suitably heady. However, there were also strong notes of hibiscus/flowers and anise/licorice, both of which I highly dislike. For the person that enjoy these, good; for those like me who do not, undrinkable.
14th December 2014
Have wanted to try Mead for a long time, found some of this in an LCBO in Ontario Canada. Absolutely loved it. A very slight burn and warmth in the tummy but nice and sweet on the tongue
27th November 2014
Never tasted Mead before but this was a pleasant surprise ! Great honey flavours, sweet but not too sweet, and nice warming feeling in the tum. I will definitely be back for more soon. Full marks from me !
17th June 2014
I stumbled upon this hidden gem of Scotland while traveling, and it has frankly ruined me for other meads. Unlike the weak, pale yellow meads that the US offers, Moniack is similar to a port wine in color and viscosity. I have had few occasions to import it to the US but I have considered it well worth the shipping.
14th June 2014
Moniac among the vast campers I camp with is known as the best mead. Other meads so far don't come close and I am a connoisseur of meads, being aquanted with lyme bay, lindisfarne and lurghashalls lovely blends aswell as cornish and various others.
9th May 2014
I'd never tasted mead before, so i can't say how this compares to others. But i love it, even though i don't really like regular wine.
8th May 2014
I'm not a connoisseur but I did not really like the smell or taste of this mead. It reminded me of liquid, rotting fruit - though still in the acceptable range. The most enjoyable thing about drinking this mead is the buzz it gives.
19th April 2014
this stuff is the best. I will be stocking up for special occasions, it went down a storm!
6th January 2014
I have tried several meads over the last few years. I was ecstatic to receive a bottle of Moniack for Yule this year. I have to say I was bitterly disappointed. It was overly sweet (in a sugary way) to the point of wondering if they added honey after the fermentation process was killed by sulfiting it. And speaking of bitter what kind of crap honey was used to begin with is beyond me but the taste of it was absolutely horrid. I will never by a Mead made by Moniack again and if gifted a bottle will promptly pour it down the toilet where it belongs.
26th December 2012
I bought a bottle of this in Scotland while backpacking in 2004, and only opened it up a month or so ago. It was gone in 3 days. Delicious, absolutely delicious. Far better than any mead I've found here in the USA. Many thanks to Master Of Malt for having it, and offering international shipping!
19th October 2012
First Scottish mead I've tried, fantastic colour, taste and speedy delivery.
31st May 2012
This was the first bottle of mead I ever bought - and the best. I have a bottle of Lindisfarne Mead and some Danish versions (they are mixed with beer) of mead. But Moniack beats them hands down!
4th April 2011
Deliciously sweet, rich and smooth. This is a true mead and nothing like the supermarket junk which is a poor substitute and fit for little besides pouring down the sink! Warming for the body and soul.
9th October 2010