Drombeg Irish Mead
is unique in offering the consumer a non-sweetened savoury brown long beverage. It can be consumed neat or on the rocks as a digestif or aperitif or combined with a myriad of mixers to create excellent long beverages. Drombeg & ginger ale on ice with a squeeze of lime juice is a truly excellent long beverage.
Drombeg Irish Mead Distillery is based in Skibbereen in the heart of West Cork, one of the most beautiful parts of the world and an area renowned for artisan handcrafted foods and beverages. Cork is widely recognised as the cultural home of whiskey and spirit production in Ireland. WCD as one of the few independent distilleries remaining aim to continue this proud tradition into the future.
Drombeg stone circle (also known as The Druid’s Altar), is a Recumbent stone circle located 2.4 km (1.5 mi) east of Glandore, County Cork, Ireland. (grid ref: 24672 35157, Latitude: 51.564553N Longitude: 9.08702W) Drombeg is one of the most visited megalithic sites in Ireland and is protected under the National Monuments Act. The area of the circle has been covered in gravel to protect it from the volume of visitors. Its unique great taste comes from the infusion of Irish oak with a sweet fresh distillate and pure Irish spring water.