Nemunas (60% alcohol content) – a colourless alcoholic beverage, is named after the longest and most beautiful river in Lithuania. The production of this beverage started in 1969, based on the recipe of A. Sinkevičius, the founder of Lietuviškas midus, JSC. Production ceased for some time, but loyal admirers of Lithuanian mead kept the memory of this beverage alive, and it was revived in new packaging and with a new look. Apple juice distillates, juniper berries, hops, and linden blossoms are used in the production of this beverage. The product goes well with even the most subtle of flavours. It can also be used for cocktails, and mixed with tonic or juice. It is also an excellent souvenir that represents Lithuania – just like all of our products.
This mead, manufactured since 2015, contains only 6% alcohol. Historically, such mead was served in rural inns. This mead is manufactured using the traditional manufacturing technique: natural bee honey, cranberry juice, and water mash is fermented. Then hop and various berries and herbs are added into the mash. Lithuanian Mead 6% is bottled in wooden 20 l kegs and is served chilled in a glass.
The draught Lithuanian Mead 6%
Stakliškių pipirinė - is a special bitter (45% alcohol content), containing honey and spicy pepper. This is the best beverage for people who value good mead, but who are also looking for a stronger and purer option that they can drink from a shot glass. Spice lovers will approve of this beverage.
Stakliškės Honey (40% alcohol content, 0.7 litre) – is an alcoholic beverage that represents the best of Scottish and Lithuanian beverage producers. It is Scottish whisky with a Lithuanian accent from a bee pollen beverage. The recipe was created by a well-known Lithuanian pharmacologist and the habilitated doctor of biomedicine, Antanas Juozas Gendrolis.
When the beverage, the main components of which are honey and other bee products such as pollen and wax, is added to the Scottish whisky, the result is a whisky that bears a unique soft flavour and an after-taste of bee pollen.
One of the most popular and unique Lithuanian folk tales “Eglė žalčių karalienė” has inspired the company Lietuviškas midus to brew this original herbal drink.
The new beverage “Žalčio balzamas” is characterised by its vigorous taste and is best taken in shots or used for cocktails