In the center of town and heir to the monastic tradition, is the cellar and liquor factories of St. Aidan, by virtue of a craft continuing to make wine and spirituous liquors based on fruits, like strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, herbs and other natural elements. The most popular product is called Mead, a wine made of honey and other ingredients that are supposedly traditional secrets. This drink, enormously popular during the Middle Ages, with a mild delicious flavor, has remained alive and popular thanks to the work of this company over the past decades. There is another liquor, Liquor St. Aidan, which is kind of Baileys but paler and softer, also very good, though not as original or traditional as Mead. We also find traditional beers, made with imported recipes or introduced by the Vikings. In short, a place to take into account in any visit to Lindisfarne. Relax and try new tastes, as old as the island itself.