Taste the Island Tour - Friday 4th October 2019 - Broighter Gold Farm Tour & Lunch at The Lime Tree Restaurant
We look forward to welcoming you to our farm. The tour will start at 10am sharp. Please ensure that you arrive 15 minutes beforehand (we don’t want to keep other visitors waiting). We will walk around our farm, explaining the machinery, and what their jobs are for the year.
We will then take you into our sheds and show you how we started off our journey. After this you will visit our pressing room to be shown, how we press, bottle and produce all of our golden oils.
We will then invite you to sample our full range of oils, and then give you time in our small shop. You can then take one free bottle of infused oil home with you of your choice. *
Tour of our farmyard (Machinery, drying sheds, seed cleaning, RSPB, Bees, and what we grown)
Tour of pressing room
You will then be taken into our pressing room, and shown how we press, bottle and produce our Liquid Gold oils
You will get time to sample our full range of products, before you decide which one x 250ml bottle you would like to take home with you. *Please note that this does not include truffle oils or our 23ct gold range.
You are welcome to purchase more of our products including some other local products available in our shop. (credit cards are accepted)
You will then make your way to The Lime Tree Restaurant in Limavady, where you will be greeted by Maria, and Stanley. You will be given a light lunch of homemade soup, wheaten bread, a sweet treat, and tea or coffee. Other drinks and snacks can be purchased off their normal menu.
starting at 10am - 11.30pm Lunch in the Lime Tree 12ish
What to wear:-
Please note the following for your visit:-
Your date and time has been set, and we apologise that this voucher cannot be exchanged for cash or for goods in our shop.
No dogs or animals are allowed.
Oil and other goods can be purchased from our shop.
No cameras/video cameras are allowed in the pressing room area (unless authorised).
We are a farm - so dress appropriately.
It may also be cold and wet - we do live in Northern Ireland!
Please wear sensible footwear – heels are a no no!!
Coat, scarf, hat would be super!