Kelly's launch Christmas hampers
Kelly’s Butchers in Newport have launched a range of Christmas hampers which can be delivered to the door anywhere on the island of Ireland. Finally – the perfect present for ‘the person who has everything’.
Three different sizes means there’s something to suit everyone’s taste – and pocket too – and the hampers showcase Kelly’s most popular products in style.
Kelly’s pudding hamper (€30) is full to the brim of Kelly’s pudding goodness. It features the old favourites Kelly’s black and white puddings as well as the seaweed scented Kelly’s Wild Atlantic puddings along with newcomer Kelly’s vegetarian pudding and the combination pudding, Kelly’s roulade. Seasonal favourites cranberry sauce and Kelly’s kitchen chutney or mince meat complete this pudding feast.
Kelly’s Breakfast Hamper (€50) has enough meaty goodness to cook up a storm for the whole family. All of the above with Kelly’s breakfast pork sausages, sausage meat, dry cured and smoked rashers makes for a fabulous gift hamper.
Kelly’s Whole Hog Hamper (€70) is the crème de la crème of Christmas hampers. Added to the delicious list above are award-winning speciality sausages: Kelly’s pork and leek, Kelly’s cheddar cheese and red onion, Kelly’s pork and garlic as well as Kelly’s pork and herb. Add to that a Kelly’s Christmas cracker with surprise Kelly’s pudding filling and the excellent Proof is in the Pudding Recipe Book and this hamper is sure to please even the most discerning palate.
Add just €10 for courier delivery to the door anywhere on the island of Ireland.
Order direct from Kelly’s Butchers on 098) 41149 on online at www.kellysbutchers.com.
A wonderful year
It’s been an incredible year at Kelly’s Butchers. It began with the popular selection of Seán Kelly as Mayo Person of the Year, a mantle which he carries with pride.
In March, Kelly’s was shortlisted in no less than three categories in the 2017 Small Firms Association Business Awards. Kelly’s sausages and puddings continued their steady march around the country, appearing on the shelves of Dunnes Stores and Lidl as well as SuperValu and many independent outlets.
Kelly’s also opened Mayo’s first Économusée in conjunction with Teagasc. It was launched by Maireád Lavery, Editor, Irish Country Living – Irish Farmers Journal. The Économusée movement is an international network of artisans which was started in Québec, Canada and is spreading worldwide. These rural artisan food and craft producers are supported to develop a tourism aspect to their operations providing a learning and interpretive experience for visitors. In Kelly’s case, the visits will be by pre-booking only.