Christmas has come early for artisan chocolatier Davenport’s Chocolates, as they celebrate the launch of a brand new chocolate range for Northumberland alcohol producers Lindisfarne Winery Ltd.
They have supplied bespoke truffles to the Holy Island company for several years, but under the new management of Ian Robinson and Chris Walwyn-James, the popular North East brand has created a new set of liqueur truffles based on Lindisfarne’s top sellers – including a Mead truffle, a cream liqueur, and a selection of fruit flavours from damson to peach. The line also boasts brand new bespoke packaging that reflects the slick, innovative concepts behind Davenport’s and the rich heritage of Lindisfarne’s iconic location.
Bridget Hamilton, Sales and Marketing coordinator at Davenport’s, is very excited about the new collaboration: "We don’t do many own-label product collections, but have of course had to make some notable exceptions. This is definitely one of them!
I think if you’re passionate about the North East, you’ll know Lindisfarne, and if you’re passionate about North East food, you’ll know about Lindisfarne Mead. To be working with them on a project that’s bigger and better than ever before is hugely exciting and I’m sure it’s the start of a fantastic product line that both companies are proud of!"
Luckily you can enjoy the new range of chocolates whether you’re in Ponteland or Peterborough by shopping online at www.lindisfarne-mead.co.uk
Experience the serenity of Lindisfarne Priory, cut off from the world on the beautiful Holy Island. Take in panoramic views of the Northumbrian coast, unpack a picnic in the priory grounds, and take a break from the hustle and bustle of life.
The Castle is scheduled to reopen April 2018.
Iconic Tudor Fort converted into an intimate holiday home in 1903 for Edward Hudson by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. With charming Gertrude Jekyll walled garden and stunning coastal views to Bamburgh and the Farne Islands - an unusual holiday home by the sea.
Please check our website for opening times and causeway safe crossing times http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lindisfarne-castle/