• Antelope Jumeaux (500ml)
  • Antelope Jumeaux (500ml)

Antelope Jumeaux (500ml)

What comes to mind when you think of the word 'twins'?

In French, twins are called “Jumeaux”. Antelope chose this name for several reasons. Firstly, because it shares a taste resemblance with Antelope’s “The Last Supper”, a lactobacillus-based mead. Secondly, Le Lectier and Quince, the two main ingredients of “Jumeaux”, bear a striking resemblance to each other, very much like twins.

This mead was crafted using quince and Le Lectier sourced from Abe Farm, an orchard in Niigata City. It boasts a firm acidity with subtle hints, exuding a delicate aroma of quince and Le Lectier.

Jumeaux pairs wonderfully with appetizers such as caprese with seasonal fruit, carpaccio, and seafood dishes, making it an ideal accompaniment to mealtime. Antelope has also adorned the label with a flower to add a touch of festive spirit, making it the perfect gift for any occasion.

Sparkling Fruited Mead
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They have prepared a refreshing mead using quince and Le Lectier, a premium brand of western pear from Abe Farm, an orchard in Niigata City.

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inside your craft mead

Pure honey, Le Lectier Pears, Quince
light yellow

your indulgence

Recommended pairings
Hotate Carpaccio | Shellfish
Sweetness level 1 - 10
3 - semi dry