The hot weather is also a great excuse to eat more ice cream to stay cool!
Do you prefer a cone or tub, single or double scoop, sauce or no sauce? Whichever way you choose to eat your cool treat this summer, be sure to back British farming. Supporting the industry has never been more important, so what better way than to treat yourself than with a scoop of British dairy ice cream on a warm summer’s day!
Here are some local producers, many encourage site visits, so why not go explore them.
Langage Farm near Plymouth, the largest producer of Devonshire clotted cream, also supplies yogurts, soft cheese, and over 40 flavours of luxury Ice cream. As an innovative way to secure fertility of the farm soils and provide a reliable source of electrical and thermal energy to the dairy products factory, Langage Farm invested in an anaerobic digestion plant and produces electricity and heat for use in the dairy products factory, and a residual biofertiliser is applied to the farmland to grow forage for the Jersey Herd, ANYONE interested in a visit, I’m sure we can get SHARE to arrange this. !!
Surfing Cow Ice Cream from South Battisborough Farm near Plymouth
Made with milk from Jersey cross bred cows, grazing the coastal fields overlooking Mothecombe beach and the River Erme. The range includes the fabulous ‘Pure Devon’, a traditional Devon ice cream, 100 per cent natural, no flavouring added.
Callestick Farm near Truro uses fresh milk from their 300 cows, local cream as well as natural ingredients such as fruits and confectionary to make a stunning range of indulgent ice creams. The sorbets are to die for and are made by using the farms spring water and fruit. The farm is open for visits… why not…there’s no charge…
Roskilly’s at Tregllast Barton Farm, St Keverne. An organic dairy farm that holds 125 Jersey cows on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. The farm makes delicious ice creams, fudge, chutneys and jams and is open to visitors all year round. Open now daily 9am – 9pm Visit the farm for FREE and meet the animals, stroll around the meadows, enjoy the tranquillity by the ponds and of course, sample Roskilly’s award winning ice cream! Daily Milking starts at approx. 9.30am.
Moomaid of Zennor Ice Cream, Tremedda Farm has a pop up stall in a field. Luxury Cornish ice cream is made on our small family run farm between the coastal road and cliffs at Zennor. We make over 40 flavours ranging from traditional favourites such as Cornish Clotted Cream & Toffee Fudge, to specials such as our Dark Chocolate Sorbet and Seasalt Caramel. Most of our flavours can be sampled at our ice cream parlours in St.Ives and Porthtowan.
Q: When do you know it is time for the cows to go to sleep?
A: When it is pasture bedtime.