Stakliškės mead is named after the town where it is produced. It is a soft, fragrant and somewhat sour (12% alcohol content) beverage, which is still being made based on the old recipe of A. Sinkevičius. The mead has a bright yellow colour and consists of natural honey, linden blossoms, and juniper berries. It goes well with herbal tea and cheese. In 2013, Stakliškės mead was granted an EU Protected Geographical Indication.
Trakai mead (15% alcohol content) is named after the old capital of Lithuania, and the beverage is produced based on an old recipe. The mead is ripened for two years and is produced from natural honey and linden blossoms. Oak acorns and juniper berries make the beverage slightly bitter. Trakai mead goes well with tea and white cheese.
Milda mead (10% alcohol content). Natural fermentation mead, semi-sweet, low in sugar, also known as North European wine. The drink is made only from honey collected in Lithuania, preserving unique production technologies. Significant ingredient – bee propolis. Perfect fit with Thailand and Indian cuisine, fish and chicken.