Aged 18 months in Oak whisky barrels from the finest distilleries in the U.S. (Kentucky & Tennessee among many others). These barrels have aged excellent whiskies and bourbons for more than 10 years and now we use them to age our own mead.
Make an impression on friends and family with our Highest rated Mead, a delicate and complex drink for a memorable night.
★ Brewed with All Natural Honey from our hives
★ Fermented in small batches
★ Bottled, sealed and packed by hand
★ Aged in oak whiskey barrels
In Norse mythology Ragnarök is a series of events which lead to the end of the world and the demise of the gods. The legend says that the gods will be killed in a great battle, the earth will be submerged in water and will be reborn more fertile than before. This our retelling of Ragnarök, a traditional mead submerged in oak casks sourced from the finest whiskey distilleries and resurrected again. Fit to be the last drink of a God
Eco-Friendly packaging with recycled materials
- I do not know mead, how do you drink it ?
Mead is a complex beverage, with a very distinctive flavour. It is not a wine nor a spirit. A traditional mead can range from dry to sweet. Our Ragnarök is a semi-sweet mead as it still contains some of the original honey sugars that were not fermented out.
Mead can be served at room temperature or chilled, depending on type. Dry mead can be chilled like white wine for a refreshing way to cool off, while a fuller-bodied or sweeter mead goes well over ice with a meal or neat as an after dinner drink. We recommend Ragnarök to be served slightly chilled.
- Do I have to finish the bottle after opening ?
Not necessary. Our mead can be well preserved in the fridge up to 4-5 weeks after opening without losing quality.
- How long will mead last?
Most meads age very well in the bottle, some for 10 years or more. Mead keeps getting better with time.
- What alcohol percentage is it?
Ragnarök is 14% alc./vol.
- Can you use mead in cocktails?
Most definitely. Mixologists are finding that mead is a great addition to many cocktails. For something unique try mixing a sweeter mead with a drier spirit such as gin.
- Are you based in Canada?
Yes we are! Proudly Canadian family owned business.