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The simple combination of zesty lime, light soy sauce, ginger and garlic form the basis of this clean fresh flavoured sauce.
These nut crackers 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.
This luxury handmade marmalade is made with the finest of
ingredients and is a real treat to have with croissants or toast. It makes an ideal gift for Valentines Day, Mothering Sunday, Easter or at Christmas.
Morocan Influenced sauce infused with many spices including cumin, coriander and mint.
These mini slabs are a good alternative to the popular Plattinums chocolate coated roasted cobnuts. The same high quality dark and milk chocolate is used for the bars as well as the chocolates. The chocolate bars make interesting gifts and go very well with a good cup of coffee after a meal.
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 in supply.
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 velvety blend of dark roast coffee, blended with crushed walnuts, maple and hints of vanilla.
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.
"Cobnuts are a type of hazelnut that, once dried, have a lovely sweet
flavour - and they taste superb in this lovely, buttery Handmade Kentish
Cobnut Shortbread from Potash Farm in Kent" Gregg Wallace, Telegraph Magazine