Flat Rate Delivery charge to anywhere in Ireland is €7.95, and to the UK is £7.50. FREE Shipping for orders over €90/£85 or 4 bottles. We have a UPS Express Delivery which usually is delivered the next working day (but may all be slower in peak periods.) Full Details page here
All GB orders are shipped from our warehouse in the GB with DPD usually delivered the next working day (but may be slower in peak periods.)
European orders can take up to 14 days so order early. Full Details page here. Includes some links to shops who can ship to many parts of the world. UPS rates between €20.45 and €25.50.
We have a UPS Express Delivery which usually arrives the next working day (but can be slower at peak periods.)
All GB orders are shipped from our warehouse in Cambridgeshire with DPD and usually arrive the next working day (but can be slower at peak periods.)
Note: We can’t ship out Limited Edition Meads or merchandise to the UK except for Northern Ireland at the moment. Sorry about that.
Europe and rest of the world
We can deliver to some European countries including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
The lovely people at Celtic Whiskey Shop in Dublin, Irish Malts in Cork and Master of Malt in the UK ship to many countries worldwide including some USA states, Australia and New Zealand.
Mead deliveries must be signed for and you must be over 18 years old.
You can add a message to us to or to appear on your delivery docket on the Order notes at the bottom of the Checkout Page. Great for gifting!
Prices and Gifting
Note we do not include and prices on the delivery docket included with the shipment so great for gifts.
Wild Red Reviews
I ordered the Wild Red Mead as a gift for my partner who had to taste it straight away, and we both love it (Kate F.)
Not only a beautiful beverage but also top notch customer service. Big thanks to Kinsale Mead Co for providing me with this little bottle of joy! (Malwina T.)
More on the honey wine than on the mead side with sweet cherries, currants on the nose. Palate of chokeberry/blueberries with a delicate honey finish (Banurx)
This stuff is so delish. We went to the meadery and did a tour when we moved to Kinsale two Christmas’s ago and had it mulled. Omg. (Sandy S.)
This fantastic Wild Red Mead is made using cherries and Wexford blackcurrants perfectly to create a truly special fruity and zesty mead, absolutely perfect for any mixologist collection (Simon King, Twelve Hotel)
Nice acidity on this one, cleans the palate and wants you to drink more (Giovanni, Italy)
It’s absolutely phenomenal stuff; my girlfriend bought me a bottle of it while she was in Kinsale couple of weeks ago and I’ve just noticed you provide it to my local off-licence 👌🏻 It won’t be my last bottle haha (Paul, Ireland)
Store the bottles similar to wine, upright in a cool place away from direct sunlight and they should keep for at least two years.
Once opened, store the bottles upright in the fridge. If you have one of those vacuum pump wine bottle closures that pump out the oxygen, all the better. After that the flavour starts to change a little as the air gets to it. Good to drink still or use in cocktails or cooking.
Wild Red Mead is fine for 2 weeks as there are more natural preservatives from the fruit skins. Then they become more port-like.
Mead Food Pairing
Mead and Chocolates – we think it’s a match mead in heaven! Get ready to both weaken the knees and quicken the heart of your beloved. If you are planning dinner in, serve with roast duck or rich, tomato-y Italian dishes. Lovely with cheeseboards as well as chocolates! This mead wins adoration with wine drinkers who prefer a smoother style. Warm up your beloved with our winter mulled mead recipe, sweetened with honey and gently spiced.
Great with Italian dishes with a rich tomato sauce or with medieval feast dishes such as roast duck or venison as well as sticky barbecue ribs, sausages and black pudding. Lovely with strong cheeses.