Discover the flavours of Ireland’s East Coast
The richness of the region’s landscape is
reflected in the quality and choice on
offer, including succulent Wicklow lamb;
• Cooley Mountain lamb, which is so succulent
furred and feathered wild game from the
and complex in flavour.
• Guinness, probably the best known brand of stout
Wicklow mountains; delicious organic
in the world.
vegetables and fresh fruit from the
• Cooley Whiskey from County Louth.
extensive market gardens and glasshouses
• Tullamore Dew and Irish Mist Liqueur from
of North County Dublin; along with an
excellent selection of locally caught fish
• The range of Jameson whiskeys from the
Jameson Distillery Centre in Dublin.
• Ales, beers and stouts from The Porterhouse
microbrewery in Dublin.
Also valued for its great flavour and well-marbled flesh
• Farmhouse cheeses, such as Wicklow Blue and
is the beef from Irish Hereford and Irish Angus, along
with corned beef and spiced beef, which has become a
• Dublin Bay Prawns.
speciality at Christmas time. Pork is a major player, too,
• Wrights of Howth, an established firm of
with undoubtedly tasty dry cured bacon, sausages and
fishmongers selling a selection of fresh fish and
black and white puddings. And, lest we forget, Dublin
other seafood. They also have an own brand range
coddle – a scrumptious dish made from the finest
of smoked products.
sausages, streaky bacon, potatoes and onion!