10 Medieval Drinks That Became Modern

 4. Mead

Mead, a drink you might see frequently tossed around with cheers and drunk singing in medieval movies or books, were alcoholic and non-alcoholic in Medieval times and made from fermenting honey and water.

Eventually it became medicine. Then we changed our mind again and it became the sweet beverage you love or don’t love today. Some modern mead that drinks like they done drank it then: Medieval Mead by Linganore Winecellars.

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