How to Make a Buckwheat Blueberry Hydromel Mead

Buckwheat Blueberry Hydromel Mead, how to make mead at home. Buckwheat honey isn’t most people’s first pick for mead, but in this case our inspiration was blueberry buckwheat pancakes. See where we’re going here? Buckwheat honey, with blueberries added, in a hydromel mead. Hydromel is a word for mead in France, and it’s a lower ABV mead in most other places, so let’s not confuse the word hydromel here, we mean a lower ABV mead. Some might even call this a session mead. This is part one on making a buckwheat blueberry hydromel mead and in part two we will add the blueberries and naturally carbonate for that fizzy effect!

1 lb Buckwheat Honey:
1/2 Packet of SafCider Yeast (thanks Julie!):
Water to fill to 1 Gallon
1 Tablespoon Thyme

Backsweeten Mead with Erythritol – Finishing, Bottling and Carbonating Buckwheat Blueberry Hydromel:
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