We had a meal there (next post) and I learned one new word - alliophiles.
The photo below is from the pamphlet: The shop offers free tasting of many products . And there was a range which many Malaysias would like -
- Vampire PicklesBesides there were also Chutneys, Pickled Garlic & Mustards
- as well as an array of locally sourced & artisan produced products. One cannot be more spoilt than getting one's hands on those products. One can also order them on line.
The visit to the farm was really awe-inspiring for a garlic lover like me.
A huge natural wooden "sculpture" of a garlic.
Perfectly formed Garlic all tied up for sale and display.
Another of the farm house on this property.
Part of the shop. It was really full of shoppers and impressed visitors
The entrance to the Garlic Farm shop - beautiful wooden frames matching the special concrete slabs.
The farm is owned by Colin and his wife Jenny. Their five children are also involved in the farm business. The farm offers a variety of activities for the visitor (farm walk and good meals).The interior decor of the shop is extremely natural and has a special healthy aura.
Special garlic with nicely handwritten labels. Garlic is not cheap!
Even the hay stacked under the tool shed needs to have its photo taken!!
Splendid visit !!