Our selection of artisan foods have been selected for their taste and quality.
Rebecca’s Jams & Chutneys
Rebecca’s Hand-made Jams & Chutneys are home-made, fresh from the farm – some recipes include: Raspberry Jam, Strawberry Jam, Tomato Chutney.
This is a wonderful product produced by Cathy Whitty and her Daughter Yvonne here in Tinahely. Cathy’s spelt bread/flap jacks are suitable for people who are looking for a wheat alternative. Cathy and Yvonne’s mixes are at the Farm Shop and some days you can see them in person. Their range is from Tomato and Herb bread, Multi seed, Whole meal to Flap jacks. Breads are baked most mornings by Rebecca and are available for sale.
Second Nature – Happy Heart Rapeseed Oil
This is a multi award winning oil and the Irish alternative to imported Olive Oil made by Kitty Colechester on one of Ireland’s oldest certified organic farms in County Kilkenny. Cold pressed Rapeseed Oil is an excellent source of vitamin E and helps your skin look younger.
Traditional Puddings and Rashers
McCarthy’s of Kanturk sell traditional Rashers and Puddings of the highest quality. These are a wonderful product and the taste of their rashers is to die for! You can’t beat a piece of black pudding with a grated apple straight from the garden. McCarthy’s created the bespoke black pudding that was served to Queen Elizabeth during her state visit – and it was well received!
The Happy Pear
We are delighted to have a fresh weekly selection of sprouts, sundried tomato pesto and basil pesto on the shelves here at the shop.
Himalayan Rose Pink Crystal Salt
Mineral rich crystal salt from the foothills of the Himalayas. Formed over 250 million years ago from ancient unpolluted seas profusion rose pink crystal salt is unrefined and without additives.
We are now stocking no less than 33 different types of gourmet cheeses made by bespoke cheese mongers. About 50% are Irish and the remaining 50% are carefully selected quality cheeses from England, Spain, Italy and France. We stock sheep, goat and cow cheeses.
Tom Burgess from nearby Coolkeno makes Coolattin Cheddar from raw milk in County Wicklow. It is made during the summer months when the cows are grazing from clover rich pasture. John Hempenstall’s Wicklow Bawn, Wicklow Gold and Wicklow Blue cheeses are all made from cows milk just outside Arklow.
These are the Irish cheeses we are delighted to stock: Gubbeen, Millens, Duras, Colattin Cheddar, Wicklow Blue, Wicklow Bawn, Killeens, Bellingham Blue, Emerald, St. Gall, Mossfield Organic Cheddar, St.Bridid, Knockdrinna snow, Knockdrinna Meadow and Wicklow Gold.
The rest of the delicious quality cheeses we stock are Irish Farm House Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Stilton, Langres, St.Felicien Tentation, Brillat Savarin, Mont D’or, Mozzarella, Red Leicester, Parmesan, Comte Extra, Raclette, Saint Nectaire, Chèvre Log, Valencay Pyramid, St. Maure Log, Manchego, Feta as well as Shropshire Blue.
Our honey comes locally from Sean Murphy who has a passion about his bees. We sell comb honey and also jars of Sean’s honey from Cool Meala – which can be seen out of the shop window – only a stone’s throw away from our Farm Shop in Tinahely.
Clarke’s Smoked Salmon
We are delighted to stock Clarke’s smoked salmon on our shelves from Ballina Co. Mayo in the West of Ireland. Clarke’s salmon smokery boasts an enviable reputation as master salmon smokers for over 60 years and we stock their salmon as well as trout, peppered mackerel, and kippers – all the finest quality products. Clarke’s range of products have received recognition from the Great Taste Awards, The Bridge Stone Guide and numerous Critics. A must try product…..and explore a taste journey founded on traditional family values.
Tick Tock Tea
The tick tock family have been growers and producers of the Rooibos Tea since Grandfather Benjamin Ginsberg created the brew in 1903.
Light and delicate, Tick Tock Rooibos green tea tastes similar to traditional green tea but without any astringency.
Tick Tock green Tea combines the original Tick Tock tradition with ancient Chinese tea making techniques.
Badger and Dodo – Boutique coffee roasters
Irish Artisan Coffee roasters based in Fermoy in Co. Cork – specialising in sourcing quality single origin and estate coffees which they roast to order using different roast profiles for various coffees. Brock (Badger) was a Barista before he learned the act of roasting in Melbourne. He moved to Ireland in 2008 and set up his roaster on his father-in-law’s farm near Fermoy.
High Bank Organic Apple Syrup
This organic apple syrup is free from artificial colours, additives and preservatives. It is made by Julie and Rod Calder Potts in Co Kilkenny. It’s not just for breakfast. This product is wonderful on cheese, glaze for ham, cold meats or even with a nice bowl of ice cream. This product is a must for any store cupboard.
To complement the selection of cheese that we offer, we sell a selection of Millers crackers. Beer Crackers made with hops, roasted barley, malt and English Ale. Millers Damsels charcoal, hand baked wafers made from 100% unbleached stone ground whole meal flour. Three nut Crackers, made with stone ground wholemeal flour, walnuts almonds and hazelnuts.
Kingfisher Tea is an exciting herbal tea which we now stock. The ingredients are mint, citrus and liquorice – a rather enlightened type of herbal tea and we think the jars are quite pretty too.
Paddy O’Connell only uses the best Irish oats and ingredients to make his own Granola recipe, providing you with a fuel-filled whole grain rich start, or indeed to be enjoyed at any time of the day. Paddy started making granola above his parents’ pub in Cullahill Co. Laois and selling it at Farmers Markets. With no added sugar or salt he guarantees a guilt free energy boost. You can also enjoy this product with Philip’s home grown rhubarb fresh from the farm. We also stock PaddyO’s apple and cinnamon, original and mixed berries.
Hadji Bey’s Turkish Delight
Hadji Bey’s Turkish Delight has been part of Ireland’s food traditions since 1902. A young Armenian named Harutum set up a stall in Cork and not long after he established a shop and factory. Hadji Bey’s is now a world famous food product and can be found in many a great department stores around the world. Once you have tried a Hadji Bey’s Turkish Delight all you want is more…
Gubbeen Cheese and Oat Cakes
Gubbeen Cheese was created by Gina Ferguson in 1979, Gubbeen is a semi soft cheese with a pink and white rind, the flavours are creamy with lots of mushroom and nutty after tastes.
The oat cakes are a very healthy and tasty oak cake which complements Gubbeen or any cheese perfectly and they are nice eaten on their own too.
Maldon Sea Salt
From the ancient town of Maldon on the shores of the Blackwater Estuary in Essex, England, which has been the heart of salt production since Roman Times. This natural product condiment is the essential ingredients for cooks around the globe. Maldon has been bringing recipes to life and balancing flavours since 1882.
Irish Atlantic Sea Salt
Atlantic sea salt is harvested by hand from the crystal clear waters of the Irish Atlantic on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork. Only the very purest Irish Atlantic sea water is gently evaporated using time honoured artisan techniques to produce its pure natural sea salt flakes. Irish Atlantic Sea Salt is 100% pure and the natural sea salt flakes will melt in your mouth to release the unique flavours in any dish.
Mossfield Organic Milk
When we were milking cows we sold raw milk and had great customers – but since we have given up milking we now sell Mossfield Organic milk. This milk is pasteurised but non-homogenised, if you remembered the blackbird picking at the milk in the morning to get the cream you will love this product. Because it’s non-homogenised the cream is still on the top of the milk. Mossfield also supply us with cheese and yoghurts.
Kilbeggan Organic Porridge
The Lalor family have been farming organically since 1999. Crops are grown with care, and the soil, which is man’s greatest resource, is treated with care and respect. Kilbeggan Organic Porridge is a creamy sustainable and healthy porridge.
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