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Blue Ridge Basswood Mead

Pioneers first called basswood "BAST" wood because Native Americans used the fibrous inner bark or "BAST" to make cordage, fabric, and baskets. Basswood Trees, also known as Linden, have been in existence for millions of years and produce a mead that first appeared in Europe. This honey yields a smooth, light mead with buttery citrus notes. May we present Blue Ridge Basswood, an old world flavor for the New World