Mead: Mead is a fermented drink made from water and honey. Fermentation can be produced by endogenous (present in honey) or exogenous (which is added) yeasts. Mead generally has an alcohol content of between 10 ° and 18 °.
History of mead: This word comes from the Latin hydromeli, itself from the ancient Greek ὑδρόμελι / hudrómeli derived from ὕδωρ / húdôr ("water"), and μέλι / méli ("honey"). This drink is one of the first alcoholic drinks that man drank. The pre...
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