The Irish Gift Guide – Food Edition Part 1

One of the things I did during lockdown was send my daughter gifts. It was a great way to surprise her and also to support Irish businesses. My recent gift guide was very popular so I thought I’d do a food version. Some of these I have sent, some I’ve received and some I spotted online and I think they look great. These all deliver nationwide and some deliver overseas too.

Kylemore Farmhouse Cheese. I was sent the most beautiful hamper containing not only the cheese (which is gorgeous) but also cakes and chutneys. You can shop here:

Sheridans Cheesemonger. I love this website, it’s easy to use and there’s fast delivery – and they don’t just sell cheese – although to be honest the cheese is the best bit for me. Find them here:

Food boxes and hampers from Ardkeen Quality Food Store. I recently stumbled across this website and I love it! There’s something for all budgets and I love that they tell the story of the producer. There’s also an option to make your own hamper from products on the website:

Ireland’s Artisan Pantry offer one off gift boxes or a subscription service where you receive a box each month. The difference here is that the contents are a surprise! So you have no idea what you will receive. Shop here

McCambridge’s Galway have a variety of of hampers to suit different budgets. They deliver to Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Hazel Mountain Chocolate. Made in The Burren and absolutely gorgeous. They even sell vegan chocolate spreads, chocolate sheep, fudge and more. Delivery available internationally.

Irish Gourmet have been hand packing Hampers filled with award winning Irish food products since 2004. They have a great selection on their website and deliver within Europe:

Carrolls Irish Gifts have some great options and offer worldwide delivery. I particularly like the Taste of Home Hamper containing Tayto, Barry’s Tea and more. There’s also a Guinness Hamper and so much more. Shop here:

Pudding Row. Build a box of goodies, choose from fresh cakes, homemade bakes and pantry items. Or check out their Comfort Kit 

Enjoy Clare’s Finest Cheese Selection from St. Tola’s Cheese:

Kate’s Kitchen have a variety of hampers available including a cheese and wine one and a no gluten one. I also like the dinner care packages too:

Part two of the Irish Food Gift Guide will be following soon, with lots of suggestions from people on Twitter. All photos copyright of the websites.

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