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Festive flavours from the freezer

Posted on November 27 2014 at 2:51:33 0 comments

Grand Marnier ice cream


Add an exciting twist to desserts this Christmas!

Churchfields Farm, in Droitwich, produces a luxurious range of fabulous ice creams and refreshing sorbets – great on their own, or as an accompaniment to make any dessert deliciously different.

Churchfields, which launched its ice cream business nine years ago, has become a multi-award winning success, with accolades for the quality of its fine (often local) ingredients, its traditional methods and the creation of some rather unusual flavours.

The Christmas range features an innovative selection of flavour combinations. Try the sophisticated Orange and Grand Marnier ice cream, with a creamy tangy taste.

The award-winning Kirsch Cherry is delicious, or enjoy the icy twist of Mulled Wine sorbet. There are also Gingerbread, Mince Pie and Christmas Pudding ice creams. 

Made with a high milk and double cream content – from the Farm’s pedigree herd of Holstein Friesians – Churchfields brings an artisan taste twist to your table this Christmas.

Christmas at Churchfields
Pop down to the farm between 3pm and 6pm on Friday December 19, or from 10am to 4pm on Saturday December 20, and see how ice cream is made.

Sample flavours, stock up for Christmas and meet some of the Friesian herd, including the adorable calves Brighteyes, Amelia and Babs.

For local stockists or to order direct call 01905 451 289.

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