The brewery B. Nektar targets golfers in their Arnold Palmer like mead, called “Kill All The Golfers”. Yes, that is the actual name of the mead. The bottle is clad with a little gopher in a flame thrower decorated golf cart. It’s amazing, adorable, and I want some.
Mead is an alcoholic drink created by fermenting honey and water, with other added ingredients. This particular mead uses gallberry honey, black tea, and lemon juice, mimicking the popular Arnold Palmer drink that combines tea and lemonade. Therefore creating the slightly terrifying name to accompany it.
The brewery explains the mead through it’s appearance, aroma and experience.
Appearance – Deep gold with a lacy white head that dissipates into a thin white rim.
Aroma – Floral honey followed by robust black tea and sweet, rich lemon peel.
Experience – Rich honey contributes a mild sweetness followed by bitter black tea and notes of sour lemon. Full-bodied with a tannic, dry finish and a fresh tobacco aftertaste.
This mead has 6% alcohol content, which is greater than your average Bud Light.
Basically this should be offered at every golf course ever. The end.