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Moniack Mead

(75cl, 14.6%)

Moniack Mead
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Moniack Mead Bottling Note

Mead, one of the oldest alcoholic drinks in history, has seen quite the resurgence recently (find out more about that over on our blog)! Moniack Mead is a traditional honey mead, produced at Moniack Castle by Highland Wineries, through the process of fermenting honey. A fun mead fact: traditionally, after a wedding the bride and groom were given enough mead to last then one month, which is where the term ‘honeymoon’ came from!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Smooth and warming with a certain dryness, prominent honey and caramel flavours without being overly sweet, along with light floral notes.

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Moniack Mead Reviews


I sampled this mead 21 years ago while getting married and enjoying a honeymoon in Guthrie Scotland and Castle Stuart....STILL my favorite, and. none have come close...BUT I am down to my last 2 bottles...and do not know WHERE I can order more....My former connection in the UK is ....gone....

22nd September 2022

Beautiful coming back for more

1st put it in the fridge

At 1st I wasn’t sure drinking it normally but I swilled it in my mouth and it opened it up so lovely I hadn’t eaten a lot so it got me a tad tipsy you can see why it was the vikings choice of Beverages

14th June 2022

Very enjoyable


21st March 2022

Great drink from the old world, traditionally made and sourced from the highlands of the UK.

If you want a smooth yet strong experience, something good for any occasion might I suggest Moniak mead. Close to 15% top quality Straight from the highlands.

It was commonly given for celebration at great halls.

Married couples were traditionally given enough mead for a month... they called that the Honeymoon.

A taste of the Oldworld Vikings and a fine drink enjoyed by kings.

Made with traditional ingredients of locally produced honey (from the highlands of Moniak Castle)

With this drink you'll need no other.
Enjoy! Skol!

17th June 2021

Perfect Ice Cold

Wasn't sure at first when I tried it but then put it in the fridge and tried it with ice and it was smooth and tasty, got through the bottle in a few hours.

31st March 2021

One beautiful mead

A superb beverage, I chilled mine as much as I could and the flavour and smoothness was sublime. Mead is definitely coming back!

21st March 2021

good as hell

phwoar this is a tasty drink. I'm gonna get this again. tastes like honey and goes down similarly, as in smooooooth as hell.

11th March 2021

Incredible flavour and goes down to easy

Super smooth just be careful as its nearly 15% and goes down way too easily

17th February 2021

I am anticipating the delivery of Moniack Mead in the US.

It is by far the best I have ever tasted, and I will not buy any Mead until Moniack is again available in the United States.

8th February 2021

Libation fit for the Gods.

A truly wonderful libation, one befitting a horn of plenty.....though I would recommend not falling prey to meddlesome games of the Jotun.
Capable of bringing the most darkened of hearts to project poetry of sorts. Though it may at times sound like the gibberish of an oafish creature.

7th July 2020

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