Breaking News: Food Writers' Guild Drink of the Year
We have worked with some of the finest mixologists to create some beautiful cocktails which complement our meads.
Inspired by the sweetly scented lemon groves of Sicily. Use Hazy Summer Mead and your favourite pink gin and Sicilian lemonade to mix up this zingy, fruity and gently sweetened punch. Easy-to-make and delicious to drink, this tipple will have you licking your lips with glee. The Boulevardier cocktail is on the up following in the wake of the Negroni cocktail. Made with spicy whiskey, Amaro and, of course, Wild Red Mead. Sharp and salty like an acerbic South-Western pirate. We will never apologise for the name. For when you are feeling stylish. Pour into a champagne glass to complete the dashing image of splendor with the excellent flavours to boot. Low on the alcohol but has a fierce bite, the Kinsale Mule works well iced up for summer. You can even heat it up for those colder nights when you need that kick. From Mexico to Ireland, a Celtic hit made from agave syrup and tequila, with that classic salted rim. A warming festive drink for cold winter days. Heat in a pan in the kitchen and soon the whole house will be filled with the lovely aromas. Live the high life with this Mead Manhattan. Stirred, not shaken, served in a cocktail glass and garnished with a Maraschino cherry A glass of sunshine - Mead Sangria is fabulous on a sunny day, barbecue optional. Recreate the full festival experience at home. This is a mead take on the classic 1920's prohibition era cocktail. Honey and lemon was added to mask the taste and smell of bathtub gin. Signup for our Newsletter