Myadukha is the the Belorussian word for "Mead", the traditional drink of Old Slavs. Mead's origins date back to the pre-historic times, when the Slav tribes drank it as an act of faith in the pagan god, Perun. Mead is made from natural honey in the process of fermentation. Myadukha is often served in summer chilled, with ice cubes and a slice of lemon. It can also be prepared as a hot beverage, similar to mulled wine, but additional spices, such as cinnamon and ginger. ginger. Recipe: Myadukha 3 tablespoons of mead 3 tablespoons of lemon juice 65ml of brown sugar 120ml of very strong tea 90ml of yeast Boil some water, pour it hot into a cup with a teabag and let it sit for a couple of hours. Then boil the honey with 7 cups of water, add lemon juice, maple, brown sugar and tea. Turn off the heat and when cool, throw in the yeast. Keep in a warm place for a month and then strain it through a fine muslin bag. After the next two months rack it again and bottle.
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