Mead - Hydromel

The mead or hydromel (coming from the ancient greek water (hýdor) and honey (méli)) is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the fermentation of the bees' sweet nectar. Before beer and wine, the men knew and drank this beverage that became very important in the Ancient times. Holy drink for the Celts, the mead, also called "the beverage of the Gods", was reknown from Egypt to Scandinavia, and in the Asian and European indo-european peoples. 
With the Pic du Vol Mead, made of honey and water coming exlusively from the Aosta Valley, the Saint-Roch Distillery offers you to discover the beverage of the Gods, a natural product, at home.