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"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
Running beside the Potash Farm Chestnut roasters there are two designs of toasting fork. Firstly the high quality wrought-iron toasting fork and the hand-forged wrought-iron toasting fork.
Mixed Bag Of Nuts - Dehusked Kentish Cobnuts, English Walnuts, And Almonds.
These bars 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.
Running beside the Potash Farm Chestnut roasters there are two
designs of toasting fork. Firstly the high quality wrought-iron toasting fork and the hand-forged wrought-iron toasting fork.
A Chestnut is an edible nut often encased in a prickly husk and mainly grown in Spain, Italy and France. These Chestnuts have been specially selected by Potash Farm for quality size and good flavour.
This is the first of the Potash farm cosmetics range and is a soap with a lovely fragrance of geranium and Kentish lavender. It's made with luxurious vegetable oils to condition and protect the skin while gently cleansing the surface layer. This allows skin to renew and repair itself from the deeper layers as nature intended. It's excellent for those with sensitive skins.
This Christmas tray is a good alternative to the Christmas hampers and contains the six most popular items. The Cobnut Fudge and Brittle and the range of the three Kentish Cobnut Chutneys and a luxury mini chocolate Kentish Cobnut slab. This gift can be posted direct to any customer.
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
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