Four of our meads
From left to right:
Wudhenge, our elderflower & honey mead, made with hand-picked elderflowers harvested next to Woodhenge, Durrington in Wiltshire.
Stánhenge, our traditional mead, named after the nearby Stonehenge.
Beltane, our spiced mead, fermented with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger. Delicious over ice in summer and warmed in autumn/winter – the forerunner of mulled wine.
Old Sarum, our apple & honey mead, named after the original site of the city that would become Salisbury.
Given four bottles for my birthday. I'm a bit of a snob about meads. I like to taste the honey and yeast, and do my absolute best to avoid that commercial trashy wine with some honey pumped in. The four bottles were, sadly, all gone by the following evening.
I can't immediately recall the flavours, but I had the medium and medium/dry plain bottles - Easily my favourite of the four.
Classic, strong flavour. Proper mead. I'd highly recommend those two at the very least.
First met these guys at the Salisbury Christmas Fayre and very quickly became great friends. I was able to get a tour today of their meadery where they taught me the history of mead and how to make REAL mead. I love the taste of all their meads and if anyone says different ... well you haven't tasted real mead.
I bought three bottles of mead from you guys today at Ammanford Boar Festival. One bottle down now and was wondering how to go about ordering some more it's absolutely stunning ! I've also seen on your website that you do personalised labels.
You were very friendly and answered all my questions was very lovely to meet you.
I have today tried the Stánhenge & I have to say, without a shadow of a doubt it is the very best traditional mead that I have ever tasted ... and I’ve tried a few! I’m not a great lover of commercially produced meads, preferring home-made usually, but this seems to be the perfect combination of the two! A lot smoother than home-made wines, but sweet and fruity and light with a lovely oaky aftertaste! Slightly sparkling on the tongue and very moorish, but without the over sweetness of commercial meads. To my taste, it really is the perfect traditional mead! I will most certainly be ordering more!.... do you sell by the barrel?
Stone Circle meads: crisp, fresh, not over sweet. The Beltane mead's scrummy. Can't wait for tours to start back up.
Amazing mead and amazing people! We bought some of their mead at the Salisbury Christmas Market and loved it so much. We ordered it again online as it has been keeping us sane during the quarantine. Amazingly, and so generously, they hand delivered it to our door today and cheered us up immensely. I cannot recommend this company enough!
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