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The dairy segment of our picnic selection has been provided by Fen Farm Dairy, who in just a few short years have taken the UK food scene by storm. The dairy’s signature Baron Bigod cheese has become a beloved menu staple of top chefs and is known to frequently grace the tables of royalty.
If you want to find Britain’s most exciting pair of charcutiers, go no further than Owley Farm in the heart of the Kentish Weald. Here you’ll discover British Charcuterie pioneers, and the inventors of Beer Sticks, John Doig and Ian Jones, the owners of Moons Green Charcuterie.
From Paris to New York, Petrossian continues to rely on 100 years of know-how à la française.
For the sake of our picnic round up, we focused on Petrossian’s seafood products – along with an extra sweet treat.
Perthyn (pronounced Pear-thin) is a Low Alcohol Spirit with its roots firmly planted in Wales. The name Perthyn means ‘Belonging’ in Welsh and encapsulates the friendship of four Welsh rugby icons who came together in 2021 to create a low alcohol spirit, full of flavour and perfect for mixing with tonic or in cocktails.
ADRIATICO launched in September 2019 and is a range of two new generation, premium amarettos, made from handpicked Italian almonds and 100% natural, Italian ingredients in Puglia. The all-natural ingredients in ADRIATICO bring a much more floral touch that when sipped neat, or paired with a ginger beer or tonic, will delight lovers of this rediscovered liqueur.
Zymurgorium we are the first ever to use Ruby Chocolate to make a spirit. Premium Rum has been blended with this newly discovered spice to give a never before experienced flavour & textures of silk, deep chocolate and ripe berries and each bottle will contribute to combating invasive species.