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Рус / Eng
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Alcohol volume
38% vol.
corrected drinking water, rectified ethyl alcohol from food raw materials “Lux”, alcoholized infusions of linden blossom, nutmeg and allspice, natural floral honey, food flavoring “Honey”, coloring agent – caramel color E150a.
Taste characteristics

Transparent white in color, aroma with honey, floral and spicy flavors.

Serve slightly chilled. It works well as an aperitif.

Light, soft and nutritious

Mead is a traditional Russian low-alcohol drink made from water, honey and alcohol.

Mead brewery started in the 18th century in Novgorod the Great, but the drink gained particular popularity in the 19th – 20th century. “Tula Mead” is a drink, in which two genuine Russian beverages are combined: strong liqueur and mead with a sweetish flavor. In the Tula Mead recipe, sweetness is attained not only by adding sugar, but also thanks to natural floral honey. Natural infusion of linden flowers with the use of floral honey creates a subtle composition of honey aroma, adds roundness to the taste, whereas the piquancy of nutmeg and of allspice creates a pleasant aftertaste and unique personality. The originality and balance of the recipe makes the drink light, soft and smooth. Even the name of this drink is sweet and delicious; it awakens the desire to taste it straight off. Given the natural composition of our drink, there is no doubt that it is healthy.

“Tula Mead” is a unique Russian duet

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Interesting facts
  • In England, hot mead with herbs has been used to treat colds for centuries. Doctors and patients are very fond of this drink, and the honey taste is still considered the second most popular in powdered drinks for colds.
  • One bee produces twelve teaspoonfuls of honey per day. Its taste changes depending on what flowers the bee pollinates and in what climate it occurs. The soft honey collected from the clover, acacia or buckwheat fields is traditionally used to produce the mead.
  • The ancient Greeks called the honey the drink of the gods, as it was believed that bees collect heavenly dew - a gift from the gods. The bees themselves were worshipped as messengers of the gods and were associated with immortality and magical powers.