Arguably considered to be the oldest fermented beverage to date. Mead has been around for thousands of years, and has been enjoyed by many cultures. With only three ingredients, our mead brings elegance with its light color and crisp flavor. Great for any occasion. From the goblet of kings, the ox horn of a warrior, and now in your hands. This beverage is for making memories, and History.
Crisp, floral aroma, approachable, notes of apple
Water, Honey, and Yeast.
Far up north in the mountains of Scandinavia, there grows a lingonberry. Eating the berry alone is very bitter, but pairing it with something sweet brings the full flavor of one of Sweden's finest delicacies. A bold red color with a balanced taste that is not too sweet and not too dry.
Sweetness of fermented honey with the tart presence crisp berry.
Fermented wildflower honey infused with natural lingonberry flavoring.
Since dates are one of the oldest cultivated fruits in the world, it is only fitting to incorporate them into a mead, arguably the oldest fermented beverage. Desert Oasis blends the timeless taste of honey and fruit of the date palm to create an exotic and unique flavor for all to enjoy.
Semi sweet mead with a smooth fruity finish.
Fermented wildflower honey infused with natural date flavoring
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As one of the very first enjoyed alcoholic beverages, mead has a long and rich history. Fermented with honey — the original sweetener before sugar cane — it comes in countless varieties, from sweet to dry, and everything in between.
Mead's popularity has declined over the years after the invention of beer and increasing interest in grape wine. But we’re here to give it some much-deserved attention.
Named for the Greek goddess and overall symbol of good health, Panacea plans to make its mark on a region that’s not very familiar with the ancient beverage — our home in South Dakota.
Our production facility is headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is currently self-distributing bottled and kegged meads to retailers across the state.