Glastry Farm Ice-Cream

The Taylor family have been farming on the land at Glastry Farm near Kircubbin, Co. Down since 1856.

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The Taylor family have been farming on the land at Glastry Farm near Kircubbin, Co. Down since 1856. They have a pedigree herd of dairy cattle which produces all the milk and cream for their wonderful products. This production is a real family affair, with the parents at the helm of production, a son looking after the dairy herd and a daughter minding the accounts. That's why the ice-cream has that special "cared for" taste, which only comes from personal commitment and dedication to the end-product. It has won many awards since the commencement of production in 2007. Glastry Farm Ice-cream has a "Safe and Local Supply Accreditation" with the production facilities on the farm fully approved by Environmental Health Authority. It's all good for the consumer who gets a true home produced and home made treat that has the authentic taste of real ice-cream.So what can we tell you about the ice cream.  Let's start with the flavours.  There is Yellowman Honeycomb  Strawberry Blonde,  Chocolate Heaven,  Vanilla Bean, and others. All are made with finest quality ingredients and have won numerous awards to prove it! In fact, one judge was heard to say "this is as near perfect as it gets".

Innovation is everything for Glastry Farm. Irish Whiskey ice-cream is made with the finest Kilbeggan whiskey. The  current range of Sorbets with Lemon, Raspberry, Champagne, Apple Snaps and the superb Pear Sorbet, made with local pears, are all medal winners.  All these products have graced the menus of the most prestigious venues and menus.

Glastry Farm ice creams are served with pride in many of the top hotels and restaurants on the island of Ireland, They retail through selected supermarkets, Donnybrook Fair shops and Flemings Fine Foods in Dublin 4, plus many farm shops and National Trust shops. Try a scoop next time you see some.  You won't be disappointed!. 

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