Country English Mead
Distillery/Brand Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne Mead

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
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Allergy information

Sulphur Dioxide / Sulphites Yes
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Reviews for Lindisfarne Mead
Sublime
Absolutely the Tops. Sweet, smooth and leaves you wanting more.
P. L , United Kingdom
one year ago
Best mead in the world!
Outstanding mead! I discovered it on two trips to Scotland and would dearly love to purchase it in South Carolina but unfortunately it's not available here.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
One of the best meads in the country.
A lovely light mead,not overly sweetened.Makes it easy to go with meals,cheeseboards or just as an end of day drink.Also tried the Cherry blend Viking Blod mead they do which is my favourite.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Lovely, light but warm. A flavour to savor.
A friend gave me a taste last year. I thought it unsurpassed. It is ambrosia—light, warm, not too sweet, a clarity. I care little for sweet alcoholic anything but this was lovely. If I ever get to England again, I will buy 3 bottles. Meanwhile I will search the US.
Linda S , United States
3 years ago
Really nice Mead
Really nice light crisp mead made to the Roman traditions.Great for any occasion really and the Dark Mead is also delightful with a cheeseboard and you really can taste the local Heather Honey from Chain Bridge Honey Farm on the banks of the Tweed.Next on the list to try is the 793 dry Mead.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Save your oney just a cheap wine flavoured with honey.
Not a pure Mead! Its just honey flavoured white wine. Bought a case and complained that it was white wine flavoured with honey, and got my money back.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Refreshing and tasty
Delicious
Refreshing
Sweet
Gorgeous
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Buy it every time we visit.
Can’t get enough...!
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
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.
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