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A Kentish Cobnut Oil Repair Balm rich in vitamin E, ideal for general everyday use, or as an after shave balm for gentlemen.
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.
Potash Farm is able to offer small packets of our biscuits, confectionery, and chocolates as wedding favours.
This attractive gift bag includes one jar of each of the Spicy Apple Chutney with Ale and Kentish Cobnuts , Spicy Onion Marmalade with Port and Kentish Cobnuts, and Handmade Rhubarb and Ginger Chutney with Kentish Cobnuts.
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 life times collection was purchased by Alexander Hunt from a family in Bromley and they vary in size, colour and decoration. Many are Georgian and Victorian and make an ideal but simple gift.
A gift bag selection of our specialist sauces including our Cranberry, Cobnut, Orange and Port Sauce, and the Handmade Smokey Roasted Pepper Sauce with Kentish Cobnuts, and finally the Handmade Thai Chilli Sauce with Kentish Cobnuts.
These are a speciality of the Potash Farm range of gifts.
Attractively presented within the trug are Dehusked Kentish Cobnuts, Christmas balls, ribbon and chrome nut crackers. These make an excellent Christmas table decoration or gift.
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 luxury handmade connoisseur's choice conserve is made with the finest of
ingredients and is a real treat to have on a lazy Sunday morning.