of honey as a potable liquor appeared already in the middle of the 5th century in sources about the Upon-the- Danube
9th century the mead dominated in the Slav territory every other liquors. As the Christianity was accepted by Mieszko
I, the wine became a product imported to Poland, but the biographer of St Otton wrote about the Pomeranian Lechitas that:
“ they didn’t care about wine, because they treated beer and mead as excellent liquors”. The mead- imported
from Lithuania appeared also on the tables of the family Jagiellonowie.
The mead until today resists the invasion of various alcohols. It’s still
a noble tasty liquor that favourably affects our fig and thanks to that it’s appreciated
by a number of connoisseurs. Now, we might successfully serve the Mead during convivial meetings or experience a huge
pleasure, while we relish it in solitude.