Friday, 28 July 2017

New Cornish Beers for the Purely Cornish wall of beer.

At Purely Cornish we have been increasing our range of Cornish Ales and Lagers, with the help of Looe's own 'Fish Key Brewery', 'Harbour Brewery' from Bodmin and 'Wooden Hand Brewery from Truro who untapped some great new tastes for summer 2017.
'Fish Key Brewery' have added 'Red IPA' and 'Brew.T' to the collection. Red IPA 4.9% ABV is a pale ale that features toast malt characters, it has a balanced ruby red hue with a smooth dry finish. BREW.T 4.4% ABV Bottle Conditioned Brew.T has a strong character both in alcohol and hops, with a fresh aroma and intense bitterness making it a Fishkey classic.
'Harbour Brewery' have some great new beers. Daymer Extra Pale 3.8% Deliciously citrusy Extra Pale ale named after one of North Cornwall's most tranquil beaches, wit a Pine and lemon zest on the nose. Jellied citrus fruit and barley sugar on the palate. Finishes clean and dry with lemon and grapefruit. Little Rock IPA 6.3% An East coast style IPA, full malt body with Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo and Mosaic.
'Wooden Hand Brewery' has had a great new look for 2017 and added to to its list of fine ales.

Friday, 21 July 2017

New Product's for Summer 2017 at Purely Cornish Tarquins British Blackberry & SC Salt from the Isiles of Scilly

New at Purely Cornish for 2017
A celebration of the Cornish Blackberry, Tarquins Cornish gin is first distilled in tiny batches using three unique copper pot stills called,Tamara, Senara and Ferrgara. Then loving infused with the best and most brilliant berries around. Tarquin then add a touch of local Cornish Wildflower Honey for sweetness - the result is something really quite special.
SC Salt - Made on the Isles of Scilly St. Martin's SC Salt is simply made from the sea and the sun on the Isles of Scilly. Hand made Sea Salt from the crystal clear waters of St Martins Par in the Isles of Scilly.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Cornish Edible Insects.

Food For Thought Edible Insects can be used in a huge variety of different culinary delights. from modern classics, to mind-blowing flavour combinations, there is truly something for everyone. Edible Insects can make innovative sides, fully-fledged dishes or conventional fare. Why Eat Insects ? 1. Insects could be the solution to world hunger 2. They are highly nutritious. Caterpillars, for example, provide more protein and more iron than the same quantity of minced beef. 3. Insects release fewer greenhouse gases than traditional livestock 4. They’re everywhere 5. They are natural and sustainable. Mealworms, for example, survive on waste wheat chaff.ly Why not give them a try http://www.purelycornish.co.uk/product/cornish-edible-insects/