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Bramley Apple Baking & Orchard Visit

65 Drumgrannon Road, Moy, Moy, Dungannon, Tyrone, BT71 7DY
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Join us for this unique Bramley Apple Baking Class and Orchard Visit and experience the Beautiful Apple Blossom in Spring or the Apple harvest in September.

The Bramley Apples of County Armagh have coveted PGI status which highlights regional and traditional foods. Join us for this unique immersive experience focusing on the wonderful Bramley apples of County Armagh in a beautiful hilltop orchard.

In Spring time you will get to see and smell the beautiful pink and white apple blossom and in the Autumn the apples will be on the trees ready for picking.

The Orchard Tour begins at 9.30 am at Rose's Orchard with the Mackle Family who own the orchard and live here. The orchard tour will last approximately 45 minutes. You'll get the chance to chat with chat with the owners' Des and Michelle and get the inside knowledge about the apples, the family business, the history and heritage.

After the tour you'll make their own way over to the cookery school where you will don your aprons, get baking and learn the secrets of traditional Irish baking using the Bramley apples. The orchard is 5 minutes drive from the cookery school. 

After tea, coffee and scones fresh from the oven the class begins with a demonstration of the recipes.

We bake from scratch using the best local ingredients and use a traditional griddle for the Potato Apple Bread.

Class Recipes include; 
Potato Apple Bread, a traditional County Armagh recipe
Fruit Soda Bread
Buttermilk Scones

You will make your own Fruit Soda Bread and scones and will have both to take home.

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Adult£75.00 per ticket

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Season (7 Sept 2024)
Saturday09:30 - 12:30

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