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The Burren Farm to Fork Experience

Essential Food Trails

the BURREN
FARM TO FORK experience

The Burren Farm to Fork

 See how goat cheese is produced in the traditional way, meet the farmer and taste the cheese. Browse the Farmers’ Market

Breathe in the fresh air on a stroll along limestone pavement and ancient hazel woodland. Visit a Burren farm where farming practices have remained unchanged for centuries. Sample oysters, local stout and sip Poitin Ireland’s ancient distilled spirit

Meeting Point

Convenient meeting point to be advised

What's Included

Transport in luxury air-conditioned Mercedes Mini-Coach
Farm visits and tastings of food and drinks
Lunch of locally sourced seasonal produce in fine-dining destination restaurant in a unique setting
Scenic walk
Oyster shucking demonstration

What to bring / How to prepare

Comfortable walking shoes
Rain Jacket
A good appetite!
A camera for the remarkable views

Other Information

Minimum number of people 6

Maximum number of people: 12

Terms & Conditions

Farm to Fork Experience will go ahead rain or shine, except extreme weather
Minimum of 6 people required
If we cancel we will provide you with a full refund or option to reschedule for a later date.

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Essential Food Trails

The Burren Farm to Fork Experience

The people who live and work the land in the Burren region are a dynamic and hardy bunch. Some can trace their roots back to those who built the Neolithic portal tombs that characterise the rocky limestone landscape. More recent arrivals are Scandinavians who reintroduced techniques of cheesemaking and curing fish that had been lost or abandoned in the mists of time. Others are returned emigrants roasting coffee beans and shucking oysters in impossibly idyllic locations.

The beautifully stark Burren landscape of exposed limestone rock, hazel woodlands and grasslands with an abundance of wild flowers are a haven for honey bees and ideal for grazing goats sheep and cattle. Is it any wonder the Burren has been termed the fertile rock?

Farming practices in the Burren have unchanged for centuries, no heavy machinery could cope with the rocky landscape, only human feet and hands can work this land, producing the finest goat cheese, cured meat, smoked fish, shucked oysters.

Then there is the village life: farmers markets where these producers gather to trade their wares, where locals and visitors meet and chat; the artisan cafes, restaurants and pubs.

From the village delicatessens that write their daily menu based on what their local suppliers have available, to the boutique hotel serving seasonally foraged wild foods: mushrooms, wild garlic alongside game; to the country pubs serving imaginative plates.

Burren Farms and Gardens

PLAN YOUR VISIT,
BE PART OF SUSTAINING A WAY OF LIFE.

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