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The Deeper Meaning Of Irish Food And Drink

Find and Buy local artisan food and drink online directly from any of our approved Makers. Whether it’s one of our farmers, our fishermen, or food and drink producers each have their own story to tell. Knowing it is such a such a powerful part of adding richness to the taste.

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  • Dublin City Spirits

    Jim O’Connor & Sheila Cooney - Dublin

    In Dublin’s Fair City, something special has been expertly distilled by independent craft producers, Jim O’Connor and Sheila Cooney. Dublin City Spirits comprises of the award winning Dublin City Gin – Premium Irish Dry Gin, a product of the...
  • Garryhinch Wood Exotic Mushrooms

    Joe and Dolores Gorman - Offaly

    Garryhinch Farm located on the Laois/Offaly border just outside Portarlington, is home to a state of the art farming system that produces a range of organic exotic mushrooms in different varieties. This dynamic food business is run by husband and wife...
  • McCormack Family Farm

    Edward and Stephen McCormack - Meath

    McCormack Family Farm, a Father and Sons team with a taste for excellence and passion for produce, has excelled in creating a range of products that is both innovative and commercial in nature. This business was started back in the 1980s by Dad, Eddie...
  • Beechpark Eco Farm

    Eira and David - Dublin

    Beechpark Eco Farm is a hidden gem, when arriving at the farm it was a surprise to find 20 acres of open and uninterrupted farmland in existence in Dublin City. This farm entrance is beside Clonsilla Train Station and is home to Beechpark House and gardens....
  • Finch & Berry

    Kate - Dublin

    Finch & Berry is an artisan boutique dessert company specialising in producing handcrafted desserts. One of their seasonal house specialities is chocolate-covered strawberries. Finch & Berry is a small startup business operating from a home-based...
  • O’Shea’s Farms

    Kilkenny

    O’Shea’s Farms is a major supplier of fresh fruit and vegetables, serving the daily needs of wholesale and retail outlets across Ireland. Their modern facilities in Piltown, Co. Kilkenny include temperature-controlled storage and logistical...
  • Linnalla Pure Irish Ice Cream

    Roger & Bríd Fahey - Clare

    Linnalla Pure Irish Ice Cream is a small farmhouse-based production on the County Clare coastline in the foothills of the Burren. Using milk from their own herds of shorthorn cattle, the Fahey’s produce beautiful dairy ice cream in lots of different...
  • On The Pig’s Back (English Market)

    Cork - Cork

    Isabelle Sheridan set up On The Pig’s Back in Cork’s gourmet English Market in 1992. Soon, her original stall in the market became too small and she relocated to a larger space, which is now a flagship place to shop for market visitors. The stall...
  • On The Pig’s Back (Douglas)

    Douglas - Cork

    On the Pig’s Back has a reputation that precedes it. Owner Isabelle Sheridan has long been known in the English Market in Cork for her flagship stall selling homemade deli items from her native France and a whole host of cheeses from Ireland. Her...
  • Tom Durcan Meats

    Cork City

    Tom Durcan has decades of experience as a Craft Butcher and is a master of spiced beef. It has won him honours in Blas na hEireann for several years (annually from 2010 through to 2019) and numerous gold medals from the Craft Butchers of Ireland. This...
  • Milleens Cheese

    Steele Family - Cork

    Milleens is one of Ireland’s oldest farmhouse cheeses. It was first manufactured in 1976 by Veronica and Norman Steele on their farm at Milleens, on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Cork in 1976. Today, Norman and Veronica’s son, Quinlan looks after the...
  • Ummera Smoked Products

    Anthony Creswell - Cork

    Since the 1970s, Ummera has built up an enviable reputation for producing some of the finest smoked salmon available. They originally concentrated on smoking the wild Atlantic salmon which were caught by fishermen as the salmon returned from their feeding...