I've only done apple cider and a few experimental things (maple wine sitting in my office right now). I want to like mead, but the only commercial brand I've found so far that I've really enjoyed is Redstone, and their melomels, etc.
I have a hard time describing them, they're very light in the mouthfeel area, and don't have a strong alcohol bite to them.
I know the dry/sweet spectrum, but I've always found the dry beverages to have a bite to them, including many dry meads.
Is there a descriptive term for redstone style mead? What would be the best way to reproduce it?