I'm primarily a beer brewer, and just recently tried some amazing meads. Not knowing anything about them, I ambitiously ran to the market, and picked up a completely unreasonable amount of honey. After tasting all the honeys they had, I like strong flavors, and went for the buckwheat honey. Now I have about 14 pounds of buckwheat honey, and most of the posts I have found on this site warn against its barnyard flavor!
I was wondering if anyone had an interesting recipe for 100% buckwheat mead. Of what I read, I'm leaning towards a champagne yeast for the dryness, but I really am out of my element here. Any encouraging posts would be much appreciated.