On our way to the southern part of the Orkney Islands we stopped for a break on the small island of Lamb Holm, bound on the north by East Mainland and south with Burray. On this tiny island there are two interesting attractions. One of them is the Italian Chapel, and the other is the wine factory of Orkney. Since we arrived on the island this factory advertising (not open to the public) on all sides, until we got to the store or official address, where we see all fabrications and local pottery and a small corner for tea or coffee. We can test all their products, although quite foreign to the original taste. Personally I think the value is not very good, since the prices are very high compared to what it offers. After trying everything, I was disappointed the mixture of whiskey and honey, as it saw the palate balanced, taking into account the quality of the whiskey on the island, not much justice for this product. However, I found delicious the "Blaeberry Hairst" or blueberry wine. I couldn't resist buying a bottle! They even have a store online where you can buy their products and more. Go check it out, don't wait!