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Old 02-02-2013, 03:27 AM   #591
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Bottled mead-a-palooza. Bottled 3 gals of Orange/cinnamon, 1 gal of lemon/basil, cilantro/lime, and cinnamon/ginger.. yummy!!

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Old 02-02-2013, 03:33 AM   #592
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Bottled mead-a-palooza. Bottled 3 gals of Orange/cinnamon, 1 gal of lemon/basil, cilantro/lime, and cinnamon/ginger.. yummy!!
I better get to try them all!


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Old 02-02-2013, 03:38 AM   #593
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Now that is a labeling system I think I could get into.

The flavors sound very good.
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:59 AM   #594
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Now that is a labeling system I think I could get into.

The flavors sound very good.

Thats the temporary labeling system but it works lol. They all look the same. I should mix them up and be a surprise every time I open a bottle lol. These turned out awesome. Different but good. Though My favorite one I made is the Jalapeno/Cucumber mead. Loved that mead glad i still have a few bottles.


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of course. your the guinea pig for most of my creations lol.
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Thats the temporary labeling system but it works lol. They all look the same. I should mix them up and be a surprise every time I open a bottle lol. These turned out awesome. Different but good. My favorite one I made is the Jalapeno/Cucumber mead. Love that mead.




of course. your the guinea pig for most of my creations lol.
You should try my okra mead
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I'll trade some mead lol. I heard that didnt turn out that good. (thanks westlyS) lol
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Haven't been around for a while, and this is my first time in the Mead forum.

I was inspired to start brewing mead after a recent homebrew club meeting. I can see this becoming my new obsession.

My first batch's, both are traditional, with 3lbs local honey and Lalvin D-47.
As soon as these go into the secondary I'll start two more and experiment some.... If I can wait that long.

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Top shelf: Vanilla, 3 Apple Pie
Second shelf: 2 Burnt Honey Mead, Coco Mead, JAOM, Traditional Sweet Mead
Second Picture is Cherry Melomel, but I'm calling it O+
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This is some reserved must I had in the fridge, waiting until I racked the rest of the mead off the raspberry pulp. It tastes pretty good and I couldn't beleive how clear it was after a week in the fridge.
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I'll trade some mead lol. I heard that didnt turn out that good. (thanks westlyS) lol
It was an experience... thats all I can say... lol. Let me put it this way, I have a friend who is an adventurous eater like me. One night at a restaurant we shared plates of goat brains, testicles, heart etc.

He looked at the okra mead and said "James, that looks disgusting"


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