Wineries Events Retailers About Guide Blog

Warrascoyack Spring Metheglin

As an English shire. Warrascoyack (war-ras-co-yack) was the original name for the Isle of Wight County when it was established in 1634. The colonists that moved in after the name was established found it too difficult to pronounce and spell, therefore in 1637 the name was changed to its current name.
The specialty mint to produce this Metheglin, courtesy of Ham Towne Spicery, has a refreshing taste of spring. Just ask for the Mead with the name that can't be pronounced when you are looking for our Spring Metheglin and enjoy the taste of vanilla and mint as you sip your Warrascoyack Spring Metheglin.


2021, 2022