Grimfrost's Mead, Jarl's Brew
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Supplier to Vikings and Game of Thrones
Product number: 2403
A rustic heatherhoney mead with a rich taste of Viking Age Sweden.
We cannot sell alcohol through this webshop, so we are using distributors in various countries. Our mead can currently be purchased in Sweden, Germany, Denmark and Belgium through the following links:
The mead is unfortunately not sold in the US anylonger. We are working on finding a new importer who can bring it into the country and distribute it to various shops.
Swedish honey predominantly comes from wildflowers, such as white clover, raspberry blossom and lingonberry blossom. The Jarl’s Brew uses raspberry blossom honey, as well as the much rarer linden honey. In comparison with a dry mead, it contains twice the amount of honey. The mead has also matured up to two years before bottling, allowing it to find its prime. The Jarl’s Brew is a sweet mead that fits to be enjoyed after a meal, with dessert or on its own.
- Full bottle: 750 ml
- Alcohol content by volume: 13%
- Ingredients: Honey, Water and Yeast
- Winner of Mazer Cup 2017, the world's largest mead competition
- Grimfrost Jarl's Brew mead won the category "sweet traditional"
The Jarl’s Brew has been developed together with Mjödhamnen, Sweden’s largest and most distinguished mead producer. With it, we would like to invite You on a journey back to a time when mead was considered to originate from the gods. Honey has always been a rare and luxurious commodity. Jarl's Brew holds enough honey for a jarl, a king or even a god.
We take great pride in only using naturally obtained Swedish ingredients from carefully selected sources, which offers an authentic taste of Viking Age Sweden. With our mead, we would like to invite You on a journey back to a time when mead was considered to originate from the gods. We're very proud that our Jarl's Brew mead came at first place in the Mazer Cup, the world's largest mead competition. Grimfrost Jarl's Brew mead won the category "sweet traditional".