Mead is the world's oldest fermented beverage. It is produced by mixing honey, yeast and water. Mead can also use a wide variety of ingredients including fruits, flowers and spices.
Our product offerings rotate frequently, below is a list of some of our current offerings. Stop by our tasting room to try our new products.
Lower Alcohol, Carbonated
TEST BATCH 001 - TRADITIONAL
wildflower honey fermented dry to create this session strength mead. Light, delicate flavors of honey
TEST BATCH 002 - AGAVE LIME
uses traditional mead as a base and combines fresh pressed lime juice, back sweetened with pure blue agave
TEST BATCH 003 - CRANBERRY
uses wildflower honey paired with cranberries. The tartness of the cranberries compliments this dry session mead
Wine Strength, Still
New York Nectar
uses Upstate New York honey to create this traditional mead. This traditional mead allows the natural flavors of the honey to show. This showcases the raw, unheated honey that we use in this product. By not heating the honey, we are able to preserve the delicate honey aromas.
uses orange blossom honey to produce a light, crisp, citrusy mead. Orange blossom honey provides unique flavor contributions to the mead. Try this side by side with our traditional mead to compare the differences between the two honey varieties.
uses a blend of several honeys to make a unique traditional mead. The most prominent flavor in this mead is buckwheat. The malty, molasses flavor of the buckwheat, combined with the delicate flavor of the wildflower give this mead a pleasant, full bodied taste.
New York Apple Cyser
uses local wildflower honey and fresh pressed New York Apple Cider.
Royal Meadery Apple Pie
combines New York apple cider and New York honey to make a unique beverage. To give this cyser its signature flavor, we mix it with the finest apple pie spices and whole vanilla beans.
combines orange blossom honey with cranberries and orange peel to create a refreshing, slightly tart mead. There is a slight citrus flavor to this mead from the orange blossom honey and the orange peel. This mead pairs well with any meal or on its own.
combines local honey with black currants, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries to make a product full of flavor. While sipping this melomel you will notice the jammy flavor which is followed up with a tartness from the black currants.
combines four fruits to create this tart mead. By adding additional black currants, we are able to create this tart but refreshing mead. The extra fruit gives this mead additional body, flavor and complexity.
combines wildflower honey with a blend of raspberries. This mead has a nice residual sweetness from the raspberries picked at peak ripeness along with the local wildflower honey.
New York Nectar - Ginger
uses Upstate New York honey and a blend of ginger to create this crisp and refreshing mead. This product is great for a hot day, or for mixing in your favorite cocktail.
Barrel Aged The Queens
uses a blend of several honeys to make a unique traditional mead. The most prominent flavor in this mead is buckwheat. The malty, molasses flavor of the buckwheat, combined with the delicate flavor of the wildflower gives this mead a pleasant, full bodied taste. To round out this product we age it in barrels for six months.