Mead. A Viking honey wine
Is made from honey and and ferments out to about 12% alc / volume it is a semi-sweet drink.It was produced in ancient history throughout Europe, Africa and Asia, and has played an important role in the mythology of some peoples. In Norse mythology, for example, the Mead of Poetry was crafted from the blood of the wise being Kvasir and turned the drinker into a poet or scholar.
The terms “mead” and “honey-wine” often are used synonymously. Some cultures, though, differentiate honey-wine from it. For example, Hungarians hold that while it is made of honey, water and beer-yeast (barm), honey-wine is watered honey fermented by recrement of grapes or other fruits. (Wikipedia)
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