hist-brewing: Leatherwood honey

taffy at netspace.net.au taffy at netspace.net.au
Mon Jan 22 21:26:43 PST 2001


Tom,

As you probably know leatherwood has a very strong taste.  As such it tends to 
dominate the mead and cause it to taste very harsh and rough.  I would think 
that it would take a while to age.  I have some UK friends who liken it making 
mead with heather honey.

Dean

Quoting Tom Smit <lunica at senet.com.au>:

> Can leatherwood honey be used to make mead? I just love that honey!
> 
> 
> Tom
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