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A perfect stop for those who enjoy local wineries and breweries. Nani Moon Meadery and Tasting Room is Hawaii's only producer of mead, honey wine; handcrafted exclusively from locally sourced honey, fruits, and spices, without the use of chemical...more
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4-939 Kuhio Hwy Ste D, Kapaa, Kauai, HI 96746-1583
Neither my husband or I had ever had mead before and thought this would be a neat experience. The meadery was located in a strip mall in Kapaa but was a little hard to find as it was not easily visible from the road. We...More
For $8 you get a tasting of 5 or 6 meads. We had not had mead before so wanted to try it. We also got the cheese plate, which was a nice addition to the tasting. The meads were good, with varieties of flavors and...More
It’s not for everyone but sure an enjoyable experience to try this local product. Had no expectations so totally enjoyed the hospitality of the owner and trying something so different. Now when I watch game of thrones, I’ll have tasted mead too! I liked this...More
We stopped by on 2/2/18. The tastings were great, and the employee was very knowledgeable. We purchased six bottles, and she carefully packed them for transport as baggage on the airline. She even volunteered to finish sealing the box after we added our rum purchases....More
The place is in the back of a strip mall; no one was there the day we visited so parking was available. There is space at the bar for around 6 people to do a tasting. You can do their Mead tasting for $8 for...More
Ate at Taco Bell and saw the sign so we decided to try the mead tasting. Lots of different flavors however most had a slight bitter taste. I think they were trying to mimic dry or semi-sweet wines using mead instead of the normal sweet...More
Difficult to park. The parking was tough, I am a dry wine person so the mead made with local honey was difficult to drink and as true in Hawaii a little expensive. The building is old. A pleasant learning experience.
This is a small place with six choices of mead wine. Admittedly it was a bit tough to find and off a heavily congested road.
The owner was very knowledgeable about the process, and she offered us a sampling price to try them all. We...More