Discover the flavours of Northern Ireland
The flavours of Northern Ireland are
• O’Doherty’s of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, is a
plentiful and delicious. Tender beef
creative craft butcher who developed award-winning
and lamb is produced to high quality
products, such as dry-cured black bacon and
assurance standards, while fresh
• Drumgooland Smokehouse, Downpatrick,
and smoked eels are a local tradition.
County Down, where smoked duck makes the
perfect starter to a meal.
Other local fish produce areas include the rocky shores
• Finnebrogue Venison, reared on the extensive
of the Ards Peninsula and glistening Carlingford Lough,
Finnebrogue estate, Downpatrick County Down, is a
which provide the perfect environment for oysters,
true taste experience.
scallops, mussels and crabs; and the Antrim coast,
• Moyallon Foods of Craigavon, County Armagh,
where award-winning Glenarm Salmon is farmed. Of
suppliers of speciality sausages and dry-cured bacon.
course, the perfect indigenous accompaniment to fish
Produced from rare breeds, this classic cure
dishes has to be champ, a mouthwatering blend of
floury potatoes, scallions and butter.
• Bushmills Whiskey, County Antrim, produces a
wonderful range of whiskeys. Enjoy a guided tour
of the distillery, learn the history from 1608 to the
present day and sample the varieties on offer.
• Ditty’s Bakery of Magherafelt, County Londonderry,
• Irwin’s Bakery of Portadown, County Armagh,
specialises in a range of handcrafted traditional
specialises in a range of Irish breads. Irwin’s in
association with Guinness has recently created new
• McCartney’s Butchers of Moira, County Down,
Guinness bread made with 17% real Guinness beer.
make an exciting range of award-winning
20 Cushendun, Co. Antrim