Ireland’s Local Food tour
Discount: €5 OFF your next tour
DEPART : 9:00AM ( Arrive 10mins before )
Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street – MAP HERE
Adult : €75
Student, Senior : €70
Child (5-12) : €37.50
Infant (0-4) : Free
Add a meal back in Dublin at The Riddler Restaurant.
( Meal options our booking page – Your guide can drop you off )
Ireland’s Oldest Flour Mill – Eco Friendly Farm – Cider Tasting – Goat Farm with Cheese Tasting
Visit artisan producers and farms at the forefront of Ireland’s best food makers. Bake your own bread and enjoy tasting samples throughout the day. Meet the people that make it happen and let them give you an insight into their world and their passion for producing world class food and drink. Bake bread with flour from Ireland’s oldest flour Mill, learn about Irish Cider and sample some of our best. Visit a working turkey farm and taste mouthwatering Irish goats cheese before returning to Dublin all in one day!
09:00 - Depart Dublin from Suffolk Street but the Molly Malone statue
10:00 - Martry Mills – Ireland’s oldest working flour mill :
We visit Ireland’s oldest working flour mill at Martry Mill. Say hi to James who has worked and been part of this mill all his life. His family has worked this mill since 1859. James will explain how this fascinating contraption works from the water wheel that powers the mill, to making the finished product. You will take some flour with you to bake your very own bread later in the tour!
11:15 - Spire of Lloyd :
The ‘Spire Of Lloyd’ is a peculiar structure built on high ground in the center of an ancient ring fort. The curious thing about this spire is that it’s actually a lighthouse………almost 55km from the nearest coastline! The spire was built in 1791 by the Earl of Bective as a memorial to his father, a seafaring man. From this point you have spectacular views over five counties. Where could be a better place to learn about Irish whiskey and how it’s made. The very barley and water that are key ingredients of whiskey would have come from the pastures and fields around this very point.
12:00 - Rock Farm Slane – Lunch & bread baking included :
Next we visit one of the most engaging and interesting eco farms Rock farm at Slane castle. After a tour of the farm you’ll get a change to put your flour from the mill to use and bake some bread which you’ll have with some hearty homemade soup or stew on the farm.
14:00 - Boyne Valley Blue Goats Cheese Farm :
Michael Finnagen from Boyne Valley Blue Goats Cheese has 300 goats that he looks after with loving care to produce some of Ireland’s best quality goats cheese. Michael will take you around the farm to meet his goats and show you what’s involved in getting his cheese from the goat to your plate ! Enjoy a delicious tasting before you leave.
15:30 - Cockagee Cider Farm :
We finally visit an apple orchard and home to Cockagee Cider. Mark, is an award winning cider producer has been making this prized liquid for many happy years. Produced on his home farm, Mark will take you to see his orchard and explain how apple cider is made before you finally get to taste some samples. What a wonderful way to finish this foodie fiesta !
17:00 - Depart for Dublin city
Farm to Fork May 2018
Incredible day with Rocky of Irish Day Tours - a trip back in time to old farming crafts
with fantastic modern results - the artisans explain their techniques and goals, and share the delicious fruits of their hard work. Thank you for an enjoyable and informative experience.
Trip Advisor May 2018