This exclusive Kentish Cobnut Oil is grown, pressed and packaged by one of Potash Farm’s neighbours. It is ideal for drizzling over salads, grilling fish or meat and suitable for flash-frying or woking. Featured on ITV Ade In Britain, BBC The Hairy Bikers, and ITV The Hungry Sailors.
A blend of cold-pressed Cobnut oil and Thai Dragon Chilli, a medium heat ideal for drizzling, as a dipping sauce and added to pasta dishes, chicken, pizzas and roast vegetables.
This exclusive Kentish Walnut Oil is grown, pressed and packaged by one of Potash Farm’s neighbours. It is an ideal alternative to the Kentish Cobnut oil and is good for drizzling over salads, grilling fish or meat and suitable for flash frying or woking. It makes an ideal gift and comes in a 250ml bottle.
This award-winning Kentish Lavender Jelly is exceptional and it is being
marketed by Potash Farm. It has a unique Kentish Lavender flavour and
is an ideal accompaniment to cheeses, cold meats, turkey, game and duck.
It can also be enjoyed with roast lamb or just eaten on toast.
Mixed Bag Of Nuts - Dehusked Kentish Cobnuts, English Walnuts, And Almonds.
A Pecan nut is an edible nut encased in a brown shell with a tough outer green coat. They are mainly grown in Georgia, Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Outside the United States Pecan Nuts are grown in Australia, Brazil, China, Israel, Mexico, Peru and South Africa. These Pecans have been specially selected by Potash Farm for quality, size and good flavour.
A Cobnut is a type of hazelnut traditionally grown in Kent. They are
harvested in their green state from mid August and with brown shells and
husks by mid October. All the Cobnuts are sold dehusked from November
A life times collection was purchased by Alexander Hunt from a family in Bromley and they vary in size, colour and decoration. Many are Georgian and Victorian and make an ideal but simple gift.
Due to popular customer demand these Pecans are another specialty of the Potash Farm range of gifts. Attractively presented within the bag are the Pecan nuts. They make a traditional and excellent Christmas, Easter or one-off gift, available in two sizes.
These utensils are made from Kentish hazel trees, which are hand harvested on a coppice cycle. Coppiced hazel is very fast growing and is a strong and light wood as well as being a renewable resource that promotes woodland wildlife.