So the other day I created a mead and messed up... long story short I killed all my yeast by rushing. I added the dead yeast into my mead and it all sank to the bottom. I just racked off the dead yeast and now I'm trying to decide weather to re start my mead or just add new yeast. My only concern is my mead has a destinct smell of yeast. Well this smell go away or is there a way to remove it. I'm planning on only fermenting this mead for 3 months
fresh yeast should get rid of most of yeast smell. And even if they don't, a package of yeast is far cheaper than ingredients for new batch of mead. So by all means, do re-pitch. At worst, you will just waste $3 worth of yeast. At best, you will save much more in ingredients. And chance of success is pretty big.