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.
Plattinums Kentish Cobnuts are lightly caramalised and enrobed in a 45% Belgian milk chocolate or 70% Belgian dark chocolate, they are a unique product world
wide and as a result of the small area of crops still grown are limited
This includes The Norfolk Willow Hamper Basket, large gift bag of Cobnuts, Walnuts, Almonds, and small gift bag of Chestnuts. Chrome nutcrakers, bottle of Walnut Oil, Potash Farm Tea Towel, Walnut oaties and The Handmade Toasted Kentish Cobnut Fudge.
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 salad servers 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.
These very attractive Teak Salad Tongs are conventionally produced.
They are easy to store and are self-sprung. Along with the teak and
brass nutcrackers, they make an ideal gift.
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 by selling the organic chestnuts in the lead up to Christmas the chestnut roasters are another speciality of the Potash Farm range of gifts.
These trees on average are three years old and are between 1m and 1.5m
high. They are feathered with branches and are ideal for those wishing
to extend their home orchard areas or for pot grown containers on
"The Potash Farm Rhubarb and Ginger Chutney with Kentish Cobnuts. Rich
with fruit and slightly crunchy from the Cobnuts. Unlike any chutney
I've had." Featured in the Telegraph Magazine.