Broom Cottage has been around since 2004 but they started off making natural soaps out of their own beeswax, honey and goats milk.
The soaps are still part of their business but they have diversified into producing a range of preserves using fruit and honey from their farm on the Ards Peninsula in County Down.
They have recently gained a licence to sell raw unpasteurised goats milk and they also produce a fresh goat curd in three different flavours including Cracked Black Pepper, Sweet Chilli and Fresh Herb.
What They Do
Preserves, raw goats milk and goat curd
Raw unpasteurised goats milk, goats curd, lemon curd, apple and clove jelly, raspberry and honey jam, garden chutney, sweet chilli and honey relish, orange and honey marmalade.
Where To Buy
Direct from the farm, at Comber Market, Portaferry Market, Indie Fude, Meadow Farm Shop, Crossgar