Barnabrow. The Christmas Pudding with surPRIZES!

Punchy Puddings at Barnabrow House

Whiskey, Stout, and Super Prizes
A good few years back, I got a Christmas Pudding from Stuart Barnes, Head Chef at Barnabrow House, and it was top notch. This Christmas though, Stuart and Barnabrow have pulled out all the stops. Or should I say, they've put them all in: more whiskey, more stout and now some very attractive prizes as well.
Stuart tells us all....
Our famous Barnabrow Christmas Puddings have been given some added punch, packed with the locally distilled Jameson Whiskey and soaked  with a double potion of Guinness.
This is an adaptation to the recipe passed down through generations of the family at Barnabrow over the past hundred years. The pudding is dark, laden with fruit, bound with butter, laced with fresh spices, sprinkled with fairy dust, sweetened with local honey and carrot from our own Victorian walled garden. But the whisky and stout that moistens also pack some punch.
Flaming the pudding with Jameson is family ritual on Christmas morning in Barnabrow, for friends that travel with that treat in mind. The blue flames never fail to delight – both young and old – on this morning that is so full of delights.
We fill the pantry with several and while they do not last long because we love them so much, they do preserve well (the booze) and we indulge on dark evenings by the fire in February.
On sale in all shapes and sizes in The Roughty Fruit King stall in the English Market, at Angela’s shop Midleton, at Ina McCarthy Flowers Midleton and of course here at Barnabrow.
Prize Puddings
Not alone are our puddings delicious and decadent we have also filled them with a selection of Prizes and you have a a one in ten chance of winning 🙂 We like those odds!!
Here are the prizes up for grabs from some lucky winners: 
*Weekend in Barnabrow Cottages*
*Vouchers for Womens Little Christmas*
*The Gourmet Evening at Barnabrow*
*Sunday Lunch at Barnabrow*
Prices are:
€15 for 2lb, €10 for 1lb and €8 for 1/2lb.
Press release

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