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Unique & Authentic Irish Baking & Bramley Apple Experiences.

Traditional Irish Baking Experiences

Immerse yourself in a Traditional Irish Baking Experience.

Roll up your sleeves and immerse yourself in some wonderful Traditional Northern Irish Baking in a beautiful location off the beaten track.

You can Embrace the Giant Spirit of Northern Ireland by connecting with local people. We have a wealth of knowledge and stories to share with you. And along with the delicious soda bread you will be making, create memories to last a lifetime.


Bramley Apple Baking & Orchard Visit

A unique immersive experience focusing on the wonderful Bramley apples of County Armagh

  • The Bramley apples of County Armagh have coveted PGI status which highlights regional and traditional foods.
  • Visit a local orchard to chat with the owner Des Mackle, about the apples, his family business, the history and heritage.
  • Then over to the cookery school to roll up your sleeves, get baking and learn the secrets of traditional Irish baking.
  • This experience will begin at the orchard and then continue at the cookery school which is a 5-minute drive away.

Traditional Irish Bread Making

An immersive baking experience with a focus on our wonderful traditional Soda Breads.

I will demonstrate all of the recipes from scratch, some on a traditional griddle.

  • Recipes included in the class; Wheaten Bread, Soda Bread, Potato Bread, and Buttermilk Scones.
  • Guests will make their own loaf of soda bread each and will have this and the recipes to take home.
  • This experience is two and a half hours in duration

We are one of Tourism NI’s ‘Embrace A Giant Spirit’ Experiences. These are big-hearted experiences that are distinctively Northern Irish

We offer immersive experiences with local people and a wealth of knowledge in a fun and friendly environment.

  • Listed in the Top Twenty places to visit in 2021 by Tourism NI
  • Listed as one of the Top Ten things to do In Northern Ireland by Tourism NI in 2019.

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