"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
This includes the Cane Hamper Basket, (9 Items) - Fudge, Brittle, 3 X Chutneys, 100g Choc Bar, Small Gift Bags Cobnuts & Walnuts, Cobnut Oil
Zesty lime, with powdery basil and sweet mandarin give this fragrance a lively, fresh aroma. A perfect scent for livening up a room, or invigorating linens.
Due to popular customer demand these Almonds are another
specialty of the Potash Farm range of gifts. Attractively presented
within the bag are the Almonds. These make a traditional and
excellent Christmas, Easter, or one off gift and are available in two
"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.
This attractive gift bag includes one jar of each of the Handmade
Rhubarb and Ginger Chutney with Kentish Cobnuts, Handmade Seville Orange
Marmalade with Whisky and Kentish Cobnuts and the Handmade Cherry and Almond Conserve with Brandy. Attractively
presented in this fine display bag it again makes an ideal gift for
Valentines Day, Mothering Sunday, Easter or at Christmas.
A blend of cold-pressed Cobnut oil and Thai Dragon Chilli, a medium heat ideal for drizzling, as a dipping sauce and added to pasta dishes, chicken, pizzas and roast vegetables.
This fine local Kent honey has been combined with our delicious Potash Farm Kentish Cobnuts. This natural golden treat is an excellent addition to any breakfast or afternoon tea, pancakes, or even drizzled over rich diary ice cream.
The Sea Salt and Nut Wood is a fresh fragrance of clean sea salt and woody sage.
"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