Hypocras is a drink made from wine, honey, sometimes sugar and spices.
Often wrongly attributed to the Greek physician of ancient Hippocrates, the term hypocras appeared in the 14th century.
We find traces of wines "with spices and honey" in ancient Rome and among the Celts (from 800 BC).
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Mead, etymologically water and honey (ancient Greek then Latin) is one of the first alcoholic drinks made by humans.
Widespread among the ancient Greeks, then the Romans and Gauls as well as Nordic peoples such as the Vikings, the mead was supplanted around the 13th century by the hypocras.
The recipe for mead is simple:...
Bottles are inherently strong and fragile. Solid because glass, as long as it is not shocked, is robust and ideal (neutral) for the conservation of drinks such as wine and mead. Fragile because during transport (not always carried out with care by the carriers), it can break under the effect of a brutal shock.