Lindisfarne Mead is a unique alcoholic fortified wine manufactured on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The honey which is used in the production of Lindisfarne Mead is drawn from the four corners of the world and on the island it is vatted with fermented grape juice, honey, herbs, and the pure natural water of an artesian well and fortified with fine spirits to produce this unique drink.
Lindisfarne Mead is produced exclusively on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, situated off the Northumbrian Coast. This island is the “Cradle of Christianity” in England, for in the year 634 A.D., Oswald, King of Northumberland, brought St. Aidan from the island of Iona to establish a monastery there.
World famous ‘Lindisfarne Mead’ is not only the connoisseur’s choice but makes a supreme drink for young and old alike whatever the season. To many it is regarded as the ‘nectar of the gods’.