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Take a guided Eco expedition for foraging, stay on a farm, catch a fish for supper, explore artisan food and drink producers to learn traditional skills and how to make artisan products, try your hand making real ice-cream, bread, or farmhouse cheese.
Taste the local food scene, visit traditional tea houses, explore the coffee culture, see how your favorite spirits and brews are produced and pick up a cocktail workshop.
Experience the out-of-the-ordinary dining adventure, fun brunch meetups, traditional lunch or afternoon tea. Improve your well-being and discover cookery and gardening classes. Plan your holiday around a food festival for tastings and simply create magical moments with your friends and family.
Tell your friends and family how special they are and find something they’ll love to experience by gifting them access to the beauty that is the taste of Ireland.
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Meet the people who transform those gifts of nature into these achievements of culture and find the places and people who want to share their skills and knowledge with you.
Great friends and family deserve a fantastic gift. Find the present they’ll love and give the gift of a happy moment with our Gift recommendations.
Pure Atlantic waters, the unspoiled coastline, vibrant cities, charming villages and historic sites are guiding you towards fun gatherings and unique Food Adventures - From the vibrant city of surprises Dublin, to the lush green landscape of Ireland’s Ancient East, to the exploding food scene in Northern Ireland, to the unspoilt wilderness of the West Coast at the Wild Atlantic Way!
Discover Ireland’s culinary heritage and taste Irish food, ingredients and craftsmanship
Ireland’s ancient land is a beautiful rich green landscape that meets the unspoilt wilderness of the Wild Atlantic Sea, which makes Ireland’s native ingredients unique. Irish craftsmanship, Irish food, Irish ingredients and Irish cuisine are undergoing a culinary awakening driven by passionate food advocates.
Seaweed, buttery crab claws, soda bread, sea salt, bacon and cabbage, rye baguettes, oysters, mussels, ducks, Connemara lamb, beef, air dried ham with a herb butter, lobster, baked Irish scallops, smoked salmon, goat’s cheese and honey ice cream, and, of course, whiskey are inspired by the wild landscape.
From traditional recipes to interpretation of Irish ingredients – Ireland hosts a wealth of culinary talents all over the country.
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