Join us in the Terrace Restaurant from 1pm – 5pm on Thursday 29 September to enjoy an afternoon sampling with our experts.
CHARRINGTON’S SPARKLING KENT CRAFT CIDERS AND SINGLE-VARIETY APPLE JUICES... DELICIOUSLY DISTINCTIVE
The Charrington family have been growing apples on their award-winning farm, Old Cryals in Kent, for over 50 years. Following the highest sustainable farming practices, they are Red Tractor and LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) accredited. They lovingly nurture their apples every step of the way so they know the exact moment when they’re at their very best. Only handpicked apples from their own orchards are good enough for their Estate Craft Ciders.
A single-variety apple juice pressed exclusively from the wonderful home grown Egremont Russets. Rich cloudy texture with natural sweetness. The whole family will enjoy the distinctive taste of this pure juice. It’s a great thirst-quencher giving a natural boost to your day. Absolutely not from concentrate and never diluted, available in 1 litre and 250ml bottles. Highly commended, by the judges at the Quality Drink Awards.
5-A-DAY APPLE CRISPS
100% Apple. 100% Healthy. 100% Delicious. A mixture of British Cox, Russet and Cheerful Gold apples, all home grown and handpicked from Charrington’s family farm in Kent. They thinly slice and gently air-dry their finest apples to create these crispy bites of apple for you to enjoy. No added sugar, flavouring or preservatives and not fried – just all natural goodness. satisfying, indulgent and nutritious snack for both kids and grown-ups alike, ideal for school lunchboxes, office desk drawers, gym bags, picnics or even as a healthy bar snack. Very low in fat and a single bag counts as 1 of your 5-a-day. Each bag contains 20g.
Sampling in store: a variety of ciders and juices, plus 100% healthy crisps!
CURD & CURE
Curd & Cure, Specialists in Artisan Retail and Foodservice Products, established in 1988, an independent, family run, food wholesale company based in Kent. Founded in 1988 by the Stimson family, Cheeseworks started its life as the Cheddar Cheese Co with the desire to deliver a high quality level of service and products. Driving each week from Kent to Somerset Barry Stimson collected cheese from the dairies and then selling from the back of the family van around Kent. In 2003 The Cheddar Cheese Co name was changed to Cheeseworks to reflect the diversified range that had blossomed over the years. Now in 2015 and with the same moral principles and drive Cheeseworks is now delivering nationally to it’s customers which range from Farm Shops, artisan Delis to Formula one Racing teams.
Sampling in store: Cheeses, Dressings Fudge and more!
At TEAPIGS they believe in something pure and simple… no airs. no graces. Just fine tea. They will only ever sell teas of the highest quality and never compromise on quality. It also means they sell only whole leaf tea from selected estates, supplied as either loose leaf or in tea temples.
Teas worthy of worship deserve their own temple. Teapig teas come in their special tea “temple” – a biodegradable mesh bag that gives the whole leaves lots of room to infuse. Looks pretty too. Loose tea without the fuss. They think the teabag was an inspired idea – one of the greatest inventions before, and since, sliced bread. But whole leaf tea just doesn't work in regular paper teabags. And not everyone has the time to make loose tea the ‘proper' way, what with all that pot warming, deciding who will be mother, etc. And so the tea temple was born – a roomy, biodegradable mesh bag, which offers all the space whole leaves need to infuse properly. Whole leaf tea, without the fuss. Yippeee!