The King’s Cyser

(5 customer reviews)


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Cyser Mead – Made with Apples and Honey

Enjoy the rich traditional flavors of apples and honey in our King’s Cyser. Mead and apples can be traced back to ancient Europe where the name Cyser (si-zer) comes from. We start with Montana Macintosh apples and blend them with Clover honey to create a perfect blend of honey sweet and apple tartness for the best Cyser Mead around. The mead is then finished with just a hint of black walnut that ties all the flavors together in something that can be enjoyed with a variety of foods or at your next traditional mead event.

Serve slightly chilled: especially good with lamb

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg

5 reviews for The King’s Cyser

  1. Mel (verified owner)

    A really delicious mead, particularly if you’re a fan of hard ciders. Easy to drink and super tasty.

  2. Cliff crisp (verified owner)

    Enjoy it COLD the crisp apple flavor really compliments the warm honey notes. Highly recommended !

  3. David Lewis (verified owner)

    Excellent Mead. Very tasty and a delicious alternative to traditional wines.

  4. Jesse Bayne (verified owner)

    If you’ve tried Hidden Legend’s regular meads, and would like to try something a little different, I can’t recommend The King’s Cyser more. Spectacularly delicious cold, it’s a delightful change from The King’s Mead, particularly if you like apple.

  5. Daniel DePuy

    I’m not crazy about this one. It kind of tastes like an uncarbonated cider. It could be nice served very cold on a sunny afternoon, but it’s not quite my thing. Not as sweet as the king’s mead, this is something I might serve at a cookout to my friends who like cider and white wine.

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