I already knew not to boil the honey, I've done my research for sure, I'm not about to drop 100 bucks on 4 pounds of rare honey on a blind project. I was just hoping I could find out if it was even a good honey for mead, as some honeys just aren't made for mead I've gathered. But I guess I'll have to bite the bullet on this one. My roomie is going to go half in with me as were hoping to make it and give one bottle of it to his brother as a wedding present, might be a little late since we can't order the honey till Friday and the wedding is October 11.
My only real question is, what is the best way to clarify mead quickly? I've read that Irish Moss is a good clarification agent, but you put it in during the boil, which we've already decided is bad for honey. Are there any other good agents that maybe go in the primary or secondary ferment?