Part 21: Irish Food and Drink Producers Worth Getting to Know

Celebrating the best of what Ireland has to offer, each week I highlight some of the country’s wonderful homemade produce and products!

Here are five more producers that caught my eye this week:

Longways Cider Company

Longways Cider Company producers premium Irish cider direct from their family orchard in Co. Tipperary.

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Vibrant and fruity with buckets of apple flavour and a smooth finish this cider is made from 100% grown Irish grown apples using first pressed juice only. It’s double fermented and gluten free too!

Website: http://www.longwayscider.ie/

Boulabán Farm Icecream

Love smooth and creamy ice creams?Look no further!

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This award winning icecream and sorbet company produces treats on their dairy farm using milk and cream from our pedigree Holstein/Friesian herd.

Website: http://www.boulabanefarm.ie/

Highbank Organic Orchard Syrup

Addicted to maple syrup? This sweet, organic syrup, is the first of its kind that’s grown and produced by in Kilkenny, Ireland.

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It’s made from Irish, organic apples with no added pesticides, no artificial fertilisers or preservatives. Highbank orchard syrup has a shelf life of over 2 years.

Website: http://highbankorchards.com/

Lough Derg Chocolates

A family owned business based on the shores of Lough Derg, this company creates luscious lollies, milk chocolate bars, selection boxes and Handmade Chocolate Truffle Pouches.

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All chocolates are handmade using quality ingredients.

Website: www.loughdergchocolates.ie

Dunany Organic Flour

Dunany Farm is a traditional 4th generation enterprise, producing full symbol organic cereals since 2006.

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Their high standard, quality grain – particularly wheat – produces a wholesome, nutty, coarse-grained flour which is exceptionally good in traditional soda bread recipes. Their Spelt and Rye flours make tasty low gluten breads.

Website: http://www.dunanyflour.com/

(Images via producer websites and Facebook pages)

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