Drinks recipes

Meet is great in many situations. Drink it cold, warm or at room temperature.

Below you will find inspiration on how to use mead.

 

Viking Bitter - Inspiration

A spirit product made on a basis of mead and added an essence of 56 different spices. 30% vol.

  • Bitter. This is how a real bitter should taste like. Heavenly, everyone will love this bitter. 
  • Coffee liqueur. Served in a cognac glass.
  • Hot punch. One cup of Viking Dram is heated to almost boiling. Served in a ceramic cup and enjoyed while it is warm.  

Jyde Mjød - Inspiration

This mead has been added Riga Balzam and is a strong mead and also less sweet.

  • Half bitter. Drink instead of a bitter. Great for your fishing or hunting trip.
  • Coffee liqueur. Served in a cognac glass.
  • Hot punch. One cup of mead is heated to almost boiling. Served in a ceramic cup and enjoyed while it is warm. 
  • Mead-beer. 1/3 mead and 2/3 ordinary pilsner or light beer. This is great for dinner or to just enjoy a real viking beer. Served as a draft beer. 

Klapøjster Mjød - Inspiration

This mead has been added snaps and therefore is stronger and less sweet as the other meads. 

  • Mild Snaps. Served at room temperature. This is great with cheese.
  • Half bitter. Is served instead of bitter.
  • Mead-beer. 1/3 mead and 2/3 ordinary pilsner or light beer. This is great for dinner or to simply have a real Viking beer. Served as a draft beer.
  • Hot punch. One cup of mead is heated almost to boiling. Served in a ceramic cup. Drink it when it is warm. 

Gl. Dansk Mjød, Vikingernes Mjød and Viking Blod - Inspiration

  • Dessert wine or coffee liqueur. Served in a port wine glass at room temperature os slightly colder.
  • Welcome drink 1. About 10 cl. mead served on ice and with frozen berries.
  • Welcome drink 2. 5-7 cl. mead mixed with the same amount of sparkling wine. Add some ice and/or frozen berries.
  • Welcome drink 3. 5-7 cl. mead mixed with the same amount of bitter lemon. Add ice or frozen berries.
  • Welcome drink 4. 5-7 cl. mead mixed with 2 cl. rum. Add ice or frozen berries.
  • Mead-beer. 1/3 parts mead and 2/3 parts normal pilsner beer og light beer. This one is great for dinner or just to enjoy a proper viking beer. Served as a draft beer. 
  • Hot punch. One cup of mead is heated almost to boiling. This one is best served in a ceramic cup and enjoyed while it is warm. Try it on a cold winter day. 
  • Cold punch. 4 parts mead and 2 parts of lemon water or bitter lemon and a splash of angustora or Riga Balzam. Served with crushed ice and a lemon slice. A fresh summer drink.
  • Mulled wine. Instead of the traditional mulled wine, you heat up mead with raisins, almonds, ginger and what else you wish to use in your mix.

Mjød som dessertvin

En bedre dessertvin findes ikke. Mjød egner sig til alle slags desserter - også til oste.
Serveres i portvinsglas eller klare hvidvins-glas.
Serveringstemperatur 15°C.