Our Local Irish Artisan Producers
|Ballyshiel Artisan Foods, Ferbane, Co Offaly||Delicious chocolate and caramel-based products made by Argentinian Karina Gaetani.
We challenge you not to love her Argentinian speciality, Dulce de Leche, straight out of the jar with only a spoon for company!
|Blake’s Organic Chocolate, Tuam, Co Galway||Wonderful chocolate, but organic. Blake’s innovative range (Dark Chocolate with Candied Ginger, Lemon Oil and Black Pepper anybody?) set them apart from bland chocolate brands.|
|Bowl-a-Granola, Clarinbridge.||Siobhan Joyce’s granolas are as close to home-made as you’ll get without making them yourself. Really, really tasty and not super-sweet|
|Kilbeggan Organic Foods, Kilbeggan, Co Westmeath||Handmade Irish Oat Cookies. Handmade in Ireland with oats grown at Ballard Organic Farm by the Lalor family in Kilbeggan.|
|Aunty Nellie’s Sweet Shop, Cork City||Aunty Nellie’s, based in Cork, specialises in local Irish Artisan confectionary supporting local sweet producers & chocolatiers throughout the country. We love their traditional jars of sweeties.|
|Elmtree Organics, Oranmore, Co Galway||Ian Claxton and Eleanor Winters produce wonderfully refreshing, intense teas|
|The Chocolate Garden, Rath, Tullow, Co Carlow||Established in 2001 by Jim and Mary Healy, The Chocolate Garden of Ireland is an Award-winning family business making handmade chocolates, using the finest quality natural ingredients to achieve the best possible taste.|
|Gran Gran’s Foods, Athenry, Co Galway||Nigel Murray produces a bewildering range of top-class jams, chutneys and other preserves in Athenry.|
|Hadji Bey’s, Cork||The original and definitely best ‘local’ Turkish Delight. Originally based in Cork. Now operated by Leo Cummins of Urney Chocolates.|
|Seymours Fine Irish Biscuits, Bandon, West Cork||A family-owned bakery in West Cork using milk from their own dairy to produce superb crackers and biscuits. You’ll see if we don’t eat them all first!|
|The Galway Roast, Tuam, Galway||Our favourite office coffee. Niall Murphy roasts his own to get the full-on flavours we love.|