yea that was kind of my issue when searching previously. My only comment on the blueberry is do they come out flavor wise as well as raspberrys?https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f80/raspberry-mead-52762/
There's another recipe in our database for a raspberry melomel, but it got some questionable feedback. If this one doesn't float your boat, you could probably try one of the blueberry recipes, and just replace the fruit to get you where you want to be.
Edited: I just realized that the recipe I linked doesn't have tasting notes included. Maybe steer clear of that one.
Yea I have seen it but didnt remember it was a rasp melomel one. I am going to do a little more research and figure something out.you've probably seen my thread here: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f30/my-first-mead-well-melomel-whaddya-think-88924/
And while I will admit it's not proven - it should turn out good (just bottled a few weeks ago). But, I'd cut down on the lime/lemon juice and go with a more aggressive nutrient schedule (read hightest's FAQ's on this forum).
FWIW, in Schramm's book, he says to add the following raspberries in the secondary (for a 5 gallon batch):
mild fruit character - 2-4 lbs
medium fruit - 8-12 lbs
strong fruit - 13 bls or more
good luck and post your recipe and results!
I didn't follow the staggered nutrient addition, and darn near ended up with a stuck fermentation and it took almost 4 months to get down to 1.010. The yeasties were probably pretty stressed.One question for you why would you want a more aggressive nutrient schedule? My first mead I added only at the begining and it did fantastic.