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Toast the Coast NI Experience

12 Edward Road, Whitehead, County Antrim, BT39 9QB

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Toast the Coast NI Experience

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If you are delighted by the finest foods and drink, Portia Woods will endear the Causeway Coast to you. Her intimate knowledge of the region’s food and her personal relationships with its  exceptional bakers, chefs, brewers and distillers make this coastal journey very special.

Stunning views of cliffs, sea and rolling glens, visits to harbours and fishing villages along this dramatic edge of Northern Ireland sets the scene for a day of serious food tasting. The food and drink, all of it made from local ingredients, is marvellous but it is the enthusiasm, pride and friendliness of the people who create it that will fix the day in your memory.

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