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The Farmshop @ jam at the doorstep

77 Ballykenver Road, Armoy, County Antrim, BT53 8RP
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The Farmshop @ jam at the doorstep is located just on the edge of Armoy village and it is on a busy dairy farm. We are very close to the famous dark hedges and only 6 miles from Ballycastle. In fact we are very close to most of the tourist attractions on the North Coast!

I am a member of the Taste Causeway group and sell mostly Northern Ireland food and drink from the farmshop but if I need to I also source from Ireland. So it is produce from the Island!

I produce my own jams, chutneys, curds, caramel sauce, Christmas puddings & sticky toffee puddings all from my farmhouse kitchen which are all sold from the farm shop. We also have workshops from the farmhouse kitchen where you can learn how to make lemon curd and jams and more!

Jam at the doorstep started quite a few years ago when I decided to sell my homemade jam from a box on the backdoor step hence the name ‘Jam at the Doorstep’. We now have a farm shop on our busy dairy farm. I make all my own products in our farmhouse kitchen and I also have workshops from the kitchen where you can come along and learn how to preserve! I sell preserves in the shop, locally made traybakes and bread, drinks, crisps, fruit, veg, meat, cheese, milk, puddings, butter, granola etc.


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