This meadery shares space with the Promeny Winery, so was a little difficult to locate if you’re looking for a separate establishment.
Walking up to the wine tasting counter, you are presented with a two page list, with wines on one side and the Black Dragon meads on the other side. This establishment was a bit more difficult to try their wares. Instead of available flights or taster glasses available, you had to purchase a physical wine glass (of which they offered 3 sizes), and that came along with 3 samples.
They had a pretty sizable list of meads available. Every manner of fruit flavorings was available. While everything I tried was good, they were somewhat simple and predictable. Honey plus singular, one-note, fruit flavor.
This had a berry nose. Sweet cherry flavor. Sweet up front, tart to finish.
This was a maple flavored mead. I got more of the woody note, than a syrupy flavor. It had a sweet nose to it. This was very wine-like.
This was described as semi-dry, but the berry flavor gives the illusion of a strong sweetness. This was a cloudy mead. Strong berry scent on the nose. Solid currant flavor.