The APLH produces Utica: Lebanon’s first modern Mead

The Association for the Protection of the Lebanese Heritage has successfully produced its first limited batch of experimental Mead, which is wine fermented from honey, instead of the conventional grape-fermented wine.

 

Mead is the ancestor of wine and one of the oldest drinks, dubbed the nectar of the gods, its body is provided by honey, which is its main ingredient.

081120164404Made with first grade quality Orange flower honey supplied by L’atelier Du Miel, Utica is a light sweet mead fermented following a traditional recipe. The APLH looks forward to a fruitful collaboration with L’atelier Du Miel, in the production of Mead, a first-of-its-kind endeavor in Lebanon, where honey-fermented wine is unheard of.

utica LR labelThe APLH is set to produce limited quantity batches of Mead and Ale-Mead (beer fermented from honey).

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About APLH

The association for the protection of the Lebanese heritage, is an initiative launched by young Lebanese artists/intellectuals back in march 2010 on Facebook under the name ‘stop destroying your heritage!’. The group is still in existence and was opened for activism against the destruction of old Lebanese buildings by senseless Development. Founding members: Pascale Ingea Josef Haddad Jad Mhanna Official Status: The Association for the Protection of the Lebanese Heritage was registered on the 14th of july 2010 at the ministry of interior and has been officially announced in the official journal on the 28th of October 2010 (issue 50). The association’s permit number is 1764. Members: Members of the executive committee for the year 2011: Pascale Ingea- President Georges El Khoury- Vice President Mireille Haddad- Accounting Josef Haddad- Secretary Janine Ingea- Treasurer Jad Mhanna- Legal Advisor and Board Member
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