The daring warriors of the 10th century drank a honey-based drink called MEAD, which was originally discovered by the monks who used excess Honey to produce a drink of superior excellence. The warriors of those bygone days drank the Mead to instill in themselves fearlessness and strength. Mead is believed to have powers of fertility and virility. The bride and groom at Medieval weddings drank mead for one full moon after their wedding – hence the term Honeymoon, still used to this day. Honeymead is made using White Clover Honey for a clean fresh and floral wine.