I sure do.
Now it says this recipe does not take as long as traditional mead recipes to be ready to drink, but like all things age is better.
I did not put any spices in mine.
Mason Jar Size: 64 oz.
1 ¾ lbs Clover Honey (you can try different honey varieties for different flavors!)
½ Large orange (later cut in 1/8ths or smaller; rind and all)
½ small handful of raisins (13 if you count)
½ stick of cinnamon
½ whole clove (or 1 if you like - these are very strong!)
Optional (a ½ pinch of nutmeg and allspice)
½ teaspoon of Fleishmann’s bread yeast (you can find this in your grocery store)
Balance water to ½ gallon
Dissolve honey in some warm water and pour into your mason jar
Wash orange well and add orange
Put in raisins, clove, cinnamon stick, and fill to 3 inches from the top with cold water.
Gently shake your jar to aerate your honey water
When at room temperature in your kitchen, put in ½ teaspoon of bread yeast.
Install your Go Ferment kit. It will start working immediately or in an hour. After major foaming stops in a few days add some water and then keep your hands off of it. Try not to shake it after this point.
After 1-2 months, it will be complete and the mead will be relatively clear! Then you can put a hose in with a small cloth filter on the end into the clear part and siphon off the golden nectar. If you wait long enough even the oranges will sink to the bottom but I never waited that long. If it is clear it is ready!