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!
|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 confectionery supporting local sweet producers & chocolatiers throughout the country. We love their traditional jars of sweeties.|
|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.|
|Sheridans, Galway’s own world-class cheesemongers, work with Richard and Jane Graham Leigh at their bakery in West Cork to make these superb Irish crackers. Named best new Irish Artisan Product of 2011 by John and Sally McKenna’s Bridgestone Guide, and received the Irish Food Writers Guild Award of 2013.|
|The Galway Roast, Tuam, Galway||Our favourite coffee. Niall Murphy roasts his own to get the full-on flavours we love with a lovely creamy finish.|