It’s that time of the week again! Celebrating the best of what Ireland has to offer, this series looks at the country’s vast array of food and drink producers.
Here are five more companies that caught my eye this week:
Based in Co. Down, Burren Balsamics produce zesty zingy taste sensations through velvety vinegars, infused with succulent fruity flavours.
Dublin City’s first 100% gluten-free bakery situated on Kevin Street Lower, they serves up gluten and wheat free treats as well as catering to the dairy and egg-free customer!
Fresh, delicious and locally-produced food, they also make celebration cakes to order.
Kettyle Irish Foods
Situated in the countryside of County Fermanagh, Kettyle Irish Foods specialise in superior meats.
From Dry-aged Beef, Lough Erne Lamb, Fermanagh Free Range Chicken, Fermanagh Bacon and Rose Veal, they take pride in the work they put into rearing, butchering and maturing their meat.
Carrigaline Farmhouse Cheese
Handmade with milk from Freisian cows grazed on rich limestone soil and pasteurised on site, Carrigaline Farmhouse Cheese is perfect for any cheeseboard.
No artificial preservatives or additives are used and the cheese is made with vegetarian rennet, making it suitable for vegetarians. The cheese is semi-soft, with a delicate flavor, becoming piquant with age. For full flavour, it is best eaten at 12 weeks or older.
Wild Irish Sea Veg
Founded in 2009, this is a family run Seaweed Company located in West Clare.
The seaweeds are harvested from the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean and are 100% natural, hand harvested, air and sun dried to ensure only the finest quality.
(All images via company Facebook pages)