At Badger & Dodo they import, roast and wholesale coffee. They are small batch artisan roasters with high attention to detail and consistency, with well developed and proven blends, but also an excellent range of seasonally changing speciality coffees.
Luxury Desserts is a long established company located on the outskirts of Bandon. This modern premises is H.S.E approved and also H.A.C.C.P. and Fuchsia Brand accredited.
First opened at Ballylickey near Bantry in 1948, as a simple store selling produce from the family farm, Mannings remains in the same family and has become famous for its farm store and café, serving up and selling local produce and artisan foods. They have a classic Brunch menu at the weekends. If you ask where the ingredients come from, they’ll most likely point at the nearest fields.
This innovative restaurant is famous for its 12 Mile Rule – every ingredient that can possibly be sourced within 12 miles of their front door is. Their Breakfast & Brunch Menu features eggs, bacon, cheese, honey and oats from fields which you could (if you felt so inclined) see from the restaurant’s roof.
Since the start of the business in 2011, West Cork Garlic has been grown on land near Ballynacarriga, Enniskeane which has proven to produce great tasting garlic.
Built in 1824 by Sir Nicolas Trant, Bunnyconnellan was affectionately known by the locals as ‘The Cottage on the Rocks’. Neill (known to all as Jock) and Mary Porteous ran the hotel together for over 30 years, until Paddy and Sheila O’ Brien took the reins in 1976. Bunnyconnellan has remained in the O’ Brien stronghold ever since- today the newly refurbished venue is proudly run by their son Paul and his family. The O’Brien family celebrating 40 years in Bunnys, 1976-2016.