Honey Mead Liqueur – Maxwell – 20.0% (375ml)

$20.00

Maxwell Honey Mead Liqueur is made by fortifying Mead with a neutral spirit and a selection of herbs and spices. After up to 3 years in oak barrels, it is ready to drink neat or over ice.

Maxwell’s Liqueur Mead has also been twice awarded ‘best dessert mead’ at the International Mead Festival Competition in the USA.

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Honey Mead Liqueur – Maxwell – 20.0% (375ml)

Maxwell Honey Mead Liqueur is made by fortifying Mead with a neutral spirit and a selection of herbs and spices. After up to 3 years in oak barrels, it is ready to drink neat or over ice.

Maxwell Meadery is Australia’s oldest commercial meadery. The first commercial label was released in 1966 and with it, the birth the Australian mead industry. In the early 80’s Mark Maxwell embarked on a journey to produce a mead of style and complexity to befit its heritage as the drink of the royal court and badge of affluence and status. By the mid-eighties, Maxwell Liqueur Mead was born. Starting with a base of Spiced Mead, a secret herb & spice infusion is added, and then the mead is fortified. Spending twelve to fifteen months in old bourbon barrels in Maxwell’s cellars completes this limited release mead.

Maxwell’s Liqueur Mead has also been twice awarded ‘best dessert mead’ at the International Mead Festival Competition in the USA.

 

Product of Australia

Varietal: Methgelin
Flavour: N/A
ABV: 20.0%
Volume: 375ml
Standard Drinks: 5.9

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 8 × 8 cm
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Making wine from honey instead of grapes was first introduced to this country by Mark Maxwell’s father, Ken (1915 – 2004) whose devotion to the ancient craft created the benchmark for modern mead-making around the world. Today, Maxwell Mead is Australia’s favourite honey wine and the most successful range in the Southern Hemisphere. Not only is mead thought to be the oldest fermented drink originating in Northern China as far back as 7,000 BC, when the ancient Greeks discovered it, they called it ‘ambrosia’: the nectar of the gods. If you’ve never tried a honey wine, you couldn’t pick a better range. Because Maxwell Mead is Maxwell-made.
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