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The world of winemaking and brewing never sleeps

So whether you adore ale, go bonkers for beer or just have a nose for a good wine story, we’ll keep you up to date with all the news from Lyme Bay Winery here.

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What You Need for Homemade Cocktails

We have seen a resurgence in the food and drinks scene over the last few years, with specialised festivals popping up all over the place. Consumers are after artisan creations, homegrown produce and quality beverages. When it comes to the drink side of things, we know a thing or two at Lyme Bay: the English wine industry is thriving, and the UK has rediscovered a love for gin, which we are happy to contribute to with our new range of Devon gins.

There is no denying that one of the best ways to en...

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Introducing the Spicy Lugger

Discover the Spicy Lugger made with Devon's first spiced rum, it's certain to ignite some drama into your summer drinking! Get the recipe below!


Lugger Rum 50ml

Strawberry & Lime Syrup 20ml*

Angostura Bitters 2 dashes

West Country Cider 30ml

Sprig of Rosemary - Spiced Powder**


1. Fill up the cocktail mixer or directly into a rocks glass with all main ingredients and stir

2. Fill glass with crushed ice and stir 5-10 times to chill drink

3. Top up with more crushed ice and top up with cider rosemary and straw

4. Light a match and hover this over the cocktail, with your other hand take your pre-batched spiced powder & gently dust this on top of cocktail which will result with a fire pit effect

5. Serve and enjoy!

*Strawberry and Lime Syrup

In a bowl, muddle 50g of sugar, 10 strawberries, the skin of two limes, and the juice of one lime. Leave for 10 - 30 minutes in fridge and strain syrup through a sieve.

**Spice Mix Powder

Mix equal parts of icing sugar, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder.

To Find Out more about Lugger Rum, please click here here.  

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The Great English Wine Boom

Britain’s wine industry continues to grow at an astonishing pace, with international recognition for English wines increasing every year. Not only do the latest figures from the UK wine industry show a record-breaking harvest from last year, but sales of English wine doubled both here and abroad, and the UK has more land under vine than ever before.

A very English success story

The last decade has seen the English wine industry transform into a thriving industry led by qualified professionals head...

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The Story of Rum and the High Seas

From its origins on the islands of the Eastern Caribbean to the rise and fall of the Navy’s ‘rum ration’, rum has long had a seafaring connection.

A spirit born on the seas

The association between rum and the sea began in the Caribbean, whose eastern islands were colonised in the 17th century for agricultural purposes. As Europeans developed a sweet tooth, demand for sugar rocketed and sugar-cane plantations spread across the Caribbean, with island governors calling in the support of the Royal Na...

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Mead: The Ancient Drink with a Bright Future

With its ancient heritage, the word ‘mead’ used to conjure up images of carousing Vikings or drunken medieval revellers, but recent recipe innovations have contributed to the resurgence of what is considered by many to be an elixir of health, fertility and longevity.

A brief history of mead

Arguably the world’s first alcoholic drink, mead is created by fermenting honey with water and sometimes adding fruit, spices, grains or hops.

To give you an idea of just how long mead has been around, pottery v...

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4 Wines that are Perfect for Spring

The daffodils are dancing, lambs are skittering about, and the evenings seem decidedly lighter, which can only mean one thing – spring is about to make an entrance.

If you’re looking for some ‘drinkspiration’ to toast the start of the new season, then English wines are the perfect choice to welcome in the warmer weather.

Sauvignon Blanc

The arrival of spring is a great encouragement to get out and about in the fresh air again, and our single servings of Intrepid Fox Sauvignon Blanc make the ideal o...

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