I am a beginner at brewing mead to start off with. My first batches I wasn't aware that you needed to separate the mead from the yeast after primary fermentation was complete. This caused my mead to be flavored vodka instead of proper mead.
My latest batch I used an auto-siphon to get it out of the yeast just shy of one month and the mead was still cloudy but I did get out of the majority of the yeast. Now about a month later it is clear as in the attachment below BUT there is alot of sediment on the bottom.
I was thinking of just using a water filter like a Britta or something to filter out any particles but I am worried that it will effect the taste of the mead as this batch has a wonderful taste already and I was curious how other mead makers get their meads clear.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!