Lindisfarne Dark Mead 70cl

English Mead • 70cl • 14.5%
Product details
Lindisfarne Dark Mead
In stock, get it tomorrow (Tue)
Country English Mead
Distillery/Brand Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne Dark Mead

A darker style of mead from the Island of Lindisfarne, made using honey, fermented grape juice, neutral spirits and locally sourced water.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Sweet and creamy, with the roundness of the honey remaining.

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Reviews for Lindisfarne Dark Mead
Tastes like Aldi sherry, but thrice the price!
Exactly what the title says. Couldn't tell this apart from a cheap bottle of sweet sherry. Save your money and buy something else.
Dean W , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Bee careful
I drunk this at the beach and got followed by a bee for about ten miles. I’ve had to hide in a telephone box until he goes away which will be in 5 hours time when it’s sunset. But it’s ok I guess coz I’ve got this lovely bottle of mead with me. Cheers.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Tried it for the first time last night to celebrate Beltane and loved it
Amanda W , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Very nice drink mixed with slim line lemonade,very refreshing
John D , United Kingdom
4 years ago
A Terrible Example of Mead
Terrible by mead standards, I get that it's still a relatively unexplored market due to more popular flavoured wines being out there, but Lindisfarne mead is simply alcoholic fruit juice; the honey tastes synthetic, there are no other flavourings or spices and other meads at the same price tag do much better jobs, such as Moniack or Lyme Bay. Buy either of those other Meads but definitely not Lindisfarne, it's a terrible example of Mead.
Jamie M , United Kingdom
5 years ago
The dark mead is delicious.
Try it for yourself
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
If you love honey you will love this!
Absolutely love this as a night cap - proud of my North East heritage and this includes Lindisfarne products
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Please don't waste your money
I have tried the normal, dark and pink "meads" from Landisfarne and they all taste like cheap grape wine with some sugar/honey preservatives mixed in (just read the ingredients and see). They shouldn't be allowed to trade, complete scam.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago