I conceive that hydromel made with Juniper-berries (first broken and bruised) boiled in it, is very good.
The Drevlians, full of joy at this message, gathered honey in quantities and brewed it into hydromel.
We spent two hours in eating only those and drinking beer, hydromel and aquavitæ.
hydromel, hī′dro-mel, n. a beverage made of honey and water.
An immense number of guests were invited to the wedding feast; I, too, was there, and drank freely of wine and hydromel.
Neither wine, nor hydromel, drawn from casks, was wanting to the guests.
The slaves carried baskets with cakes, roast meats and jars of hydromel.
He knows the smell of the hydromel As if two and two were five; And hides it away for a year and a day In his own hexagonal hive.
It was laid with a numerous variety of dishes, hydromel and costly wines.
The Greeks and Romans knew of such under the names of ὁδρόμελι and hydromel; mulsum was a form of mead with the addition of wine.