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Named after one boisterous Scottish wench who successfully defended the Scottish Castle of Dunbar during a five-month siege by William Montague, the Earl of Salisbury. Grown in the British Isles for over five hundred years and used by herbalists since the middle ages, the black currants in this dessert mead pay tribute to Black Agnes, our kind of girl.

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DroolYeast (2349) - Odder, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2019
UPDATED: MAR 29, 2019 Bottle thanks to Niels. Aroma of black currants, honey, some warming spices. Dark red. Taste is honey, heavy sweet, black currant, vinous. Full body, smooth, black currant.

juiceisloose (2106) - Windermere, Florida, USA - MAR 23, 2019
UPDATED: MAR 23, 2019 375ml bottle. Pours a very dark ruby red color and topped by a thin ring of bubbles. The aroma shows notes of rich dark fruit, black currants, toasted honey, and vinous jammy currant notes it has a touch of tartness and acidity. Very rich and fruit forward with loads of black currants. The flavor follows suit with rich and slightly tart black currants right up front and backed up by the sweetness from the honey with some nice vinous currant and jammy fruit notes with some balancing acidity. Full bodied and smooth with no carbonation that leads to a sweet honey and tart black currant finish with some nice acidity as well. Unbelievable fruit flavor in this mead and supremely well executed. Just awesome stuff.

kraddel (10793) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - FEB 1, 2019
UPDATED: FEB 1, 2019 Pours red-brown, dark, yet clear. Smell is full, berries. Taste is intense, full, bit dry, yet very sweet and thick backbone. Very fruity. Nice

Sammy (14726) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 15, 2018
UPDATED: NOV 15, 2018 alex supplied. farm aroma. acidic and sweet. dark dark colour. very elegant.

baraciisch (4135) - California, USA - OCT 21, 2018
Dark reddish, wine like in appearance... Aroma of dark black currants, sweet honey, black currant jam... Flavor is sweet and jammy, lots of honey, vinous notes, black currant jam... Super tasty ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

MarcoDL (6637) - NETHERLANDS - OCT 13, 2018
Bottle at bumba. Aroma of molasses, berries, honey and just an overall very strong aroma. Taste has caramel, honey, molasses, raisin and and berries. Long finish. Exceptional.

JStax (8931) - Devola/Marietta, Ohio, USA - OCT 13, 2018
Bottle sample at the source. Clear dark purple. Still. Dry and a bit floral while staying very Berry forward. Slick mouthfeel.

JorisPPattyn (10815) - Wilrijk, BELGIUM - JUL 22, 2018
Phenomenal colour of ruby, mauve and black. Intensely fruity (though I would have guessed blackberry rather than blackcurrant), very intense and superb. Sweet-sourish, dark berries, superb fruitflavours, not a trace from the blackcurrantleaf, so often in beers. Lipsmacking sourness, restrained stickyness. The berryflavours in this mead are absolutely a delight.

Koelschtrinker (26418) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - JUL 14, 2018
Intensiver Beginn von Johannisbeeren, süßlich, etwas Honig, Saft. Dabei weniger süß als erwartet, die Frucht bringt eine milde Säure ins Met. Der Safteindruck verstärkt sich noch, dabei bleibt vom Met nicht viel übrig. Intensiv, nie alkoholisch, trockener Hintergrund von Johannisbeeren. Unsüffig. 10/11/8/10/12/10

simont1 (689) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - JUN 20, 2018
Aroma of concentrated blackcurrant cordial. Sweet and sticky, like drinking saft (cordial). Taste just like blackcurrant juice concentrate with sugar. It's not very drinkable, or complex.

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