Sima is the Finnish for Mead and refers to sweet honey-based alcoholic beverage. Its sweetness is balanced by a distinctive sour aftertaste of the lemon rind. It also contains various herbs and spices such as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and sometimes fruit, for example strawberry or blackcurrant. In the winter it is usually drunk hot together with typical Scandinavian gingerbread.

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