Mead Nectar "Suktinis"

Mead Nectar "Suktinis"
Mead Nectar "Suktinis"
Mead Nectar "Suktinis"

Mead Nectar "Suktinis"

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Mead Nectar, a distilled liquor from mead

A pale ruby-colored mead nectar based on 14 kinds of herbs and mead, which is said to be the world's oldest liquor. A mysterious herbal liqueur with 50% alcohol, but with the sweetness of honey and the scent of medicinal herbs. It is a brand of herbal liquor that can be used to flavor meat dishes and baked goods, and is designated as a Lithuanian national heritage.

Product information


liqueur / mead nectar / honey herbal liquor

Alcohol degree



40mL / 500mL

Main raw material

Honey, water, herbs (linden, juniper berries, hops, thyme, cloves, poplar, chamomile, oak, black pepper, allspice, bay, cinnamon, dill, mint), blueberries, black currant, red currant/citric acid.


Lietuviškas Midus

country of origin

Lithuania > Kaunas County > Stakrishkes


  • Lithuanian National Heritage
  • Lithuanian Protected Culinary Heritage


  • Product of the Year Award (Lithuania)
  • Agro-Baltic Gold Award (Baltic International Food and Beverage Exhibition/Lithuania)
  • Berlin International Spirits Competition Gold Medal (Germany)


Colors may vary due to non-use of coloring agents. Please store away from direct sunlight.

Origin of alcohol "Mead"

world's oldest liquor

"A beehive that had been ravaged by a bear was filled with rainwater and fermented into sake, which was drank by a passing hunter." This episode from about 9,000 years ago is said to be the origin of sake. Many people have been fascinated and drunk from the kings and queens of the world to the gods of mythology.

Honeymoon etymology

In medieval Europe, mead was believed to be blessed with children, and it was customary for newlyweds to drink honey on the night of the full moon to encourage child-bearing. This is the etymology of "honeymoon" and there is also a history that it was used as a wedding gift as an auspicious liquor.

Raw materials and manufacturing methods

Mead and Herb Honey Herbal Liquor

A 50% alcohol liqueur based on the world's oldest liquor mead, 14 kinds of herbs, and 3 kinds of berry juice. It is a traditional Lithuanian liquor that harmonizes the gorgeous scent of herbs and the mild sweetness of honey, which is precisely blended with honey and medicinal herbs liquor called "Mead Nectar", which is rare in the world.

Natural water source rich in minerals

Lithuania is said to have more than 4,000 lakes and has abundant water sources with natural mineral water. The Nemunas River (English name: Neman River) with a total length of 900 km, which crosses the country and flows to the Baltic Sea, is also famous.

Traditional dance "Skutinis"

Suktinis is a traditional Lithuanian dance named after Suktis, which means "turn" in Lithuanian. The dance was performed at the World Intangible Cultural Heritage "Song and Dance Festival" held once every four years. Mead nectar "Skutinis" is also a traditional liquor inherited from Lithuania's unique manufacturing method, and it is a unique brand that has something in common with strong alcohol that "turns your eyes".

How to drink according to the scene

A bright cherry blossom cocktail

The local mainstream is straight, but in Japan it is recommended to split. If you want to enjoy the aroma as it is, you can add soda, hot water at 70-80℃, tonic water or cider to make it sweeter.

Excellent compatibility with citrus

It goes very well with slightly sour fruit juices such as cranberries, oranges, and kiwis, and is also useful as a base for original cocktails that bring out the sweetness of honey.

For cooking and making sweets

An all-purpose herbal liqueur that enhances the flavor of meat dishes with honey and removes odors from herbs. It is also a great substitute for brandy and rum to flavor baked goods.

Lietuviškas Midus

mead brewery

Founded in 1959, as the only brewery specializing in mead in the three Baltic countries, it brews Lithuanian traditional liquor mead, and has been given a Lithuanian national heritage, EU geographical indication protection (PGI) designation, and British royal family patent. I'm holding

In addition to the world's oldest liquor "Mead", we brew many unique brands such as liqueurs and spirits using honey as a honey liquor professional.

Mail delivery (with tracking, products within 2.5cm in thickness)

  • Nationwide flat rate ¥290
    *Cool delivery and date and time specifications are not available.

standard postage

  • Honshu/Shikoku ¥770
  • Hokkaido, Kyushu, Okinawa ¥990
    *Cool delivery costs ¥220 separately.

Free shipping conditions

  • Total order amount ¥15,000 or more
    *Cool delivery costs ¥220 separately.

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Timed delivery

  • Morning (until 12:00)
  • 14:00-16:00
  • 16:00-18:00
  • 18:00-20:00
  • 19:00-21:00

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Delivery days

Within 3-5 business days. Please note that depending on your order, we may deliver two items.

About returns

If the product is damaged or defective, we will promptly replace it. Please contact us via email within 8 days of receiving the product. Please refrain from returning items due to customer's convenience.

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Payment deadline

  • Until 7 days after ordering.

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  • Items will be shipped after payment has been confirmed, so please place your order well in advance of the date.

Regarding our food and beverages, we ship products that have a shelf life of two months or more from the date of shipment. (Mead, wine, liqueurs and spirits do not expire)

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