The history of mead on the island of Lindisfarne supposedly goes back to mediaeval monks (see History of mead in the UK) who inhabited the island.

  1. Lindisfarne Dark Mead

    Another from the famous Lindisfarne range and this this it’s their “dark” offering. Again, as with all their offerings, this is technical a pyment due to grapes being the original fermentable in the production.

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  2. Lindisfarne Pink Mead

    A pink mead from the well-known Lindisfarne range. This appears to vary from their original Lindisfarne mead by having a hint of orange in the taste and a pink blush colour, presumably from the grape fermentation. As grapes as used — as in all their meads — this is technical a pyment.

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  3. Lindisfarne Mead

    Lindisfarne mead is perhaps one of the most well-known in the UK with their own website claiming they have sold over 2,000,000 bottles! It is made by St Aiden’s Winery on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland.

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  4. Lindisfarne Spiced Mead

    Another classic pyment from Lindisfarne, but this time flavoured with a blend of spices.

    This is apparently the first new mead for half a century as traditionally they produced only their classic variety since the 1960s.

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