Potash Farm is able to offer small packets of our biscuits, confectionery, and chocolates as wedding favours.
This hamper basket is handmade with leather straps, using cane from overseas and measures 30cm (12 inches) long x 21cm (8.5 inches) wide x 12 cm (4.75 inches) depth. If looked after it will last for years and they are excellent for use as a small hamper/picnic basket, a work basket for sewing / crochet, or for display purposes in the traditional farm house kitchen.
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.
"If you have a sweet tooth, Potash Farm Cobnut Fudge is truly one of the
best we've tried. Exceptionally creamy and divinely decadent, it's
studded with Cobnuts harvested from a century-old plantation, lovingly
toasted and stirred into a fudge made with single cream from a nearby
dairy." Good Housekeeping Magazine
These decorative Walnuts can be placed in a bowl arranged on
their own or incorporated into flower arrangements, pot plants,
Christmas Stockings or sprinkled over a fruit or nut bowl, greatly
enhancing the contents.
This bowl is made from English sweet chestnut, grown in Sussex from sustainably managed mixed forests. It is hand turned and will comfortably hold a 454g bag of cobnuts.
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.
A clean blend of strong wood notes, and fresh bracing sea salt. A very clean fragrance, and excellent for living areas and to freshen linens, giving them a clean fragrance Lime.
These products are handmade from Kentish hazel and English sycamore 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.
"Potash Farm makes lots of lovely things from Kentish Cobnuts - we can't get enough of its, buttery, sweet and salty Cobnut Brittle."
BBC Olive Magazine