Mead & Liqueurs
Castle Moniack Mead 14.6% 75cl
70 in stock
The famous Moniack Mead is our most popular drink commanding a huge following. Its depth of flavour from the fermented honey produces a smooth, lingering, delicious taste. Smooth & floral, with hints of caramel & strong fermented honey.
Lone Bee New Zealand Mead 5.3% 330ml
2 in stock
Lone Bee New Zealand Mead 5.3% abv A Lone Bee is on a mission venturing far and wide to find the very best nectar with which to make the very best honey. We have been on our own mission to create the very best sparkling mead using only the very best Clover & Manuka honey from the wide open spaces of New Zealand. Proudly independently made in New Zealand with no added flavouring, preservatives or s…
Lyme Bay Black Cherry Mead 11% 75cl
17 in stock
Lyme Bay Black Cherry Mead 11% abv A Mead with the deep flavour of black cherries and a striking sweet but slightly tart finish.
Lyme Bay Chilli Mead 11% 75cl
17 in stock
Lyme Bay Chilli Mead 11% abv Chilli mead has the perfect balance of sweet honey with the spicy kick of chillies, which will leave your tongue tingling with delight.
Lyme Bay Rhubarb Mead 11% 75cl
23 in stock
Lyme Bay Rhubarb Mead 11% abv A delicious Mead with the fresh, fruity and sweet flavours of rhubarb.
Lyme Bay Tournament Mead with Ginger 10% 75cl
29 in stock
Dark and Sweet - beautifully married with a discreet hint of ginger. Lovely served at room temperature with spicy food, strong cheeses or chilled with ice cream. Awarded Silver at 'The Taste of The West' Awards 2014
Norfolk Amber Mead Wildflower Mead 2020 14% 75cl
10 in stock
Norfolk Amber Mead Wildflower Mead 2020 14% abv The honey used for this mead comes from wildflower meadows and field boundaries around West Norfolk. This honey type imparts a light and particularly floral character to the mead. Beautiful, light exquisite taste where the taste of the meadows really can be noticed..
Norfolk Amber Mead Woodland Mead 2020 14% 75cl
17 in stock
Norfolk Amber Mead Woodland Mead 2020 14% abv Made from honey where the bees have foraged in forests and woodlands (Norfolk is one of the most wooded counties in England). Here we have used the woodland honey to make a beautiful, deep and moderately sweet mead.