With so many fresh ingredients produced in Ireland, it’s only natural that good cooking is an essential part of Irish culture. With much of Irish cuisine lost for a time in ages past, although enjoying a flourishing revival in contemporary times, Irish food culture has come to embrace an eclectic variety of global styles and eating experiences in Ireland will incorporate Italian, Asian, Mexican and foods from all over the world in addition to the archetypal Irish delicacies.
Discover Irish culinary arts at their finest at a vibrant and top rated cookery class in Cushendall. [Read More]
Voted the Best Place to Live in Northern Ireland in 2016 by The Sunday Times it is no suprise that we consider it one of the best places to eat here in the North as well. Ballycastle’s rural and seaside location allows it to source the freshest seafood and meats available from local supplies.With delicacies such as dulse and yellow man for which the town is famed, and a host of locally brewed unique beers and ciders, the town is a must visit for foodies, gastronomes and all who would like to enjoy some delectable fare in a beautiful, seaside Irish town. [Read More]
As the producer of the oldest and most venerated of Ireland’s whiskeys, The Old Bushmills Distillery Co promises a tour that is steeped in a rich and intriguing enough history to captivate those few who aren’t beguiled simply by its delectable produce. Discover the heritage of this old jewel and the methods with which they have been creating Irish whiskey in small handmade batches for over 400 years.
Watch whiskey making take place and enjoy a taste too on a guided tour of Ireland’s only “grain to glass” distillery, discovering our trade secrets learned over 400 years of distilling. [Read More]