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Lindisfarne Mead

(70cl, 14.5%)

Lindisfarne Mead

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Lindisfarne Mead Bottling Note

Made on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the north coast, this mead is made with fermented grape juice, honey, herbs and pure water.

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Lindisfarne Mead Reviews

Refreshing and tasty


21st April 2019

Buy it every time we visit.

Can’t get enough...!

11th November 2018

Good as a desert wine, not a pure mead though.

A very nice "Fake" mead with more of a semi-sweet profile than the Moniak and Lyme Bay traditional that I tried. A good alternative to a desert wine if "real" mead tastes toom much of honey for your liking.
Strong dry-wine aroma with almost no smell of honey.
First taste is definitely that of a dry wine, with almost all of the associated heat, but with a smoother delivery.
Leaves you with a nice warming sensation and a slight syrupy mouth feel, very light on the honey taste. Also doesnt feel as thick as other meads, which probably means it doesnt have as much honey content as the Lyme Bay, which is also a pyment, just not ouright stated on the bottle or their website like this is.
Again, a nice drink that I would probably choose over a proper desert wine but if it's mead you're after do yourself a favour and choose the Moniak as it actually uses fermented honey unlike the Lyme Bay and this, and you can really tell the difference.

25th August 2018

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.

16th March 2018

Only lost a star due to Scottish mystery mead

A strange but brilliant drink. Not an overly sweet mead and is good for most occasions. Even had a truly picky friend say they liked it. Will be buying some soon. The only reason for so little stars is that I'd tried a Scottish mead and this doesn't touch it as far as flavour and feel go. I'm unsure if it's Moniak I tried but I'll be buying that too to try out.

2nd May 2017

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