On Saturday, 6 September the Armagh Bramley Apple Festival took place from 10am to 6pm at The Shambles Market, Armagh City. Thanks to everyone who joined us to celebrate Armagh Bramley Apples and its special PGI status. During the festival the Armagh Bramley Apple Cook Book and DVD was launched. CLICK HERE to download a copy of the COOK BOOK
During the festival there were two competitions.
Neill’s Flour ‘Best Armagh Bramley Apple Tart’
Congratulations and Well Done to Competition Winner – JANE DUNLOP.
Thank you to everyone for their baking efforts. With 21 entries the judges declared the winning baker to be Jane Dunlop from Derrytrasna.
‘I LOVE Armagh Bramley Apples (PGI) because…’ Competition Winners
Drawn 1st – Sophie Stewart from Tandragee
Drawn 2nd – Helena Kearns from Lurgan
Drawn 3rd – Helen Chapman from Lisburn
Armagh Bramley Apple is the cooking apple you can trust to create an extra special taste experience. With its protected status as one of Europe’s finest regional and traditional foods you can be certain about its authenticity, origins and superb flavour.
The Armagh Bramley Apple is the one you can count on if you are:
After all, to make the perfect dish, juice or artisan cider you need the perfect apple.
Armagh Bramley Apple and Armagh Bramley Produce are world class items produced exclusively within its Protected Geographical area. Thanks to the efforts of the Northern Ireland Fruit Growers Association and The Fruit Industry Federation the European Union has granted it Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Status for its distinctive flavour, characteristics and long shelf life. It is like no other cooking apple in the world.
What makes the Armagh Bramley Apple distinct from all others is the natural terrain for growing apples which can be found in the area coupled with centuries of apple growing experience and expert growing techniques which have evolved over the 3000 year relationship the area has with the apple.