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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.
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 hamper basket is handmade with leather straps, using cane from overseas and measures 36cm (14 inches) long X 24cm (9.5 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.
The fresh green walnuts from Potash farm are available during a short seasonal window from July 1st 2022 until July 31st 2022.
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.
Potash Farm is now producing the healthy Handmade Kentish Cobnut and Apricot Granola bars.
Made with a selection of four woods, namely cherry, hawthorn, oak and walnut. Easy to use with one hand and easily adjustable.
This is the first of the Potash Farm nut mustards. It has a great colour with a little chilli and a good crunch. It is excellent with all cold meats and cheeses.
This natural golden treat is an excellent addition to any breakfast or afternoon tea, pancakes, or even drizzled over rich diary ice cream. It is available in a 200g.
"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