Odin's Skull mead 75cl

Odin's Skull mead 75cl

Model: 27
EAN: 5703162008215
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Odin's Skull, mead of the gods

Looking for a tasty mead?
Odin's Skull is a modern Danish honey wine with hops, tart apple juice and cinnamon, sweet in taste with a slightly sour touch of the apples that is deliciously tempered by the warm cinnamon.

Honey wine or mead is an age-old alcoholic drink based on honey, made with love so drink this mead with respect!

What makes Odin's Skull so special?

This modern mead is a reference to Odin, chieftain of the Asen and the supreme god in Norse mythology. According to the Edda, Odin stole the first mead from Suttung, one of the giants, the arch-enemies of the gods. Honey wine was brewed from honey and the blood of Kvasir, the wisest creature who had ever lived, and it gave everyone who drank it supernatural powers including exceptional poetic abilities.

The characteristic taste of apple and cinnamon are typical of the Scandinavian countries and this honey wine binds the past with the present.

What are the ingredients of Dansk Odin's Skull?

Water, honey, hops, tart apple juice, cinnamon

How does Odin's Skull mead taste like?

The character of this honey wine comes from the sour apples and warm cinnamon, it gives this sweet mead a pleasant, soft-spicy taste.
Our mead will only mature and improve with time; it never gets too old to drink anymore.

Our serving suggestions for this honey wine:

  • pure drink or, to taste, mix with beer or process into cocktails
  • to be served with the characterful meal
  • as a dessert wine or aperitif
  • goes well with spicier flavors such as mature or aged cheese...
  • drink chilled on hot days, on cold days it tastes great when slightly heated


Content: 75cl
Alc. Vol. content: 19°
Packaging: traditional stone bottle with cork stopper

Additional information

Dansk Mjod (Danish mead) still brews in an old traditional way with 100% natural ingredients, without any artificial additives:

  • Honey, enriched with herbs is boiled in water and then left alone for 3 weeks to ferment
  • When the intended alcohol percentage is reached, the fermentation is stopped and the mead can mature
  • after having matured for at least 6 months, the Dansk is ready and bottled
  • The recipes used date back to the year 1700 AD.
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