Though I probably didn't go through the process that you are going though. I didn't know anything about it. I learned from the nice people at a store in Harvard Square called Follow the Honey
They sell honey from around the region in bulk, and they even had beekeeping classes that I went to in preparation for one day - when I get out of this apartment - and have some land to keep bees.
ANYWAY, they had a mead making kit. It was all the spices and whatnot in a little pouch, that I mixed in with the honey & water. It was done in about 2 weeks. Everyone is so shocked when I tell them that.
It was good, but some people tell me it takes up to 2 years! I'd like to taste some of that mead someday. Maybe when I get my own bees.
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