The past few years has seen a massive explosion in Irish artisan food and drink. In some cases what’s ending up on our plates and in our glasses is brand new, in others it’s a revival of centuries’ old traditions. Taken from our Best Of Ireland 2018 issue, we talk to some of the key figures in the Irish food revolution, examine the role its played in our tourism success stories - and ask “what’s next?”
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