Lurgashall - Christmas Mead

Lurgashall - Christmas Mead

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  • ABV12.5%
  • VintageNV

A really well balanced mead, with a sweet honey flavour.

As an interesting way to serving just as it is, try Lurgashall Christmas Mead mulled. Just heat one bottle of Lurgashall Christmas Mead and add half a cinnamon stick, 2 cloved and a pinch of nutmeg.


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