Bochet (bow-SHAY) is a historic mead made from burned honey. A French recipe dating from 1393 tells of cauldrons over wood fires, in which honey's light sweetness and floral nuance would transform into the charred and caramelized flavors of toffee, chocolate, and bon-fire blackened marshmallows. Our sweet take on this ancient classic is best enjoyed cold, with spicy dishes or as a dessert, and while staring distantly into dancing flames.
Posted by Chris Gunn on 25th Nov 2015
I think this one is my favorite so far. I'm also a big fan of sweet stout lagers/ales and this gives you that type of taste only in a mead. I like it so much that I'm kind of bummed it's only a seasonal thing. Might have to stock up for next year, lol.