Hibiscus Session Mead with Rose, Elderflower, and Lightly Hopped

A session mead made with hibiscus, rose pedals, elderflower, dried blood orange, and gently hopped. This blood red mead boasts a floral bouquet and tartness that’s exceptionally refreshing. 5% abv

A Story of Flowers...

Flowers have an ancient history of solving many of man's problems, from a dozen roses for encouraging forgiveness to a calming floral tea for ensuring a peaceful night’s sleep . We use hibiscus, rose petals, elderflower and hops to create a floral mead balanced to perfection. We think we nailed it. Have one and make Monks a part of your story.

Making Mead takes more than just blending honey and water... 

At Monks Meadery, we find inspiration from flavor combinations found in other beverages like teas, craft cocktails, and sometimes interesting smoothies. We use ingredients that we can find at our local farmers market or in our pantry.  We’ve played around with some savory ingredients and have made some unique meads with celery, cucumber, and even wormwood (this adds a good bit of bitterness to the mead).  Taking a play from our beer brewer friends, we’ve played around with lactobacillus (bacteria found in yogurt) which has given our mead a sour tartness and another layer of depth to our mead's final flavor...

MEAD 101: Learn more about Mead and how we make it; click here.