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T'ej (pron. "TAI-j") is a traditional mead brewed in Ethiopia.  It is mostly brewed in the home rather than produced commercially.  It tends to be light in flavor and alcoholic strength.  Its distinctive flavor comes from gesho, a tree native to Ethiopia.  Homebrewers in other countries who wish to make t'ej often substitute hops if they're unable to find a source of gesho.

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T'ej (pron. "TAI-j") is a traditional mead brewed in Ethiopia. It is mostly brewed in the home rather than produced commercially. It tends to be light in flavor and alcoholic strength. Its distinctive flavor comes from gesho, a tree native to Ethiopia. Homebrewers in other countries who wish to make t'ej often substitute hops if they're unable to find a source of gesho.