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[Jun. 23rd, 2006|04:59 pm]
Nate Bunnyfield
But mead's real claim to fame is in its origins in wedding celebrations, hence the word "honeymoon." Mead was traditionally drunk during the month-long celebrations following weddings to insure fertility and the birth of sons. Some customs sent the bride to bed and then filled the bridegroom with mead until he could no longer stand. He was then delivered to the bride's bedside to sire a son that very night. If, per chance, the bride did, in fact, bear a son nine months later, the maker of the mead was complimented on its quality.


[User Picture]From: eyeboogies
2006-06-23 11:20 pm (UTC)
Hey. You should make mead, because you seem like you would.

And then tell me if it's easy because I've been meaning to make it for 2 years.
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[User Picture]From: apocalypselater
2006-06-25 09:58 pm (UTC)

and tasty.
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