It’s been a busy few weeks for us in the build up to the Easter holidays and we’re belatedly pleased to announce that our products are now available for sale in more shops across the county and further!
Our recent deliveries have taken us on a Grand Tour of Pembrokeshire to some great local businesses in amazing locations. Along the north coast our salts and salted caramel are stocked in our fabulous local shop – Kiel House Stores, Dinas Cross; the great deli and cafe in the heart of Fishguard that is The Gourmet Pig; Cafe on the Quay in gorgeous Lower Town; Melin Tregwynt, deep in the countryside at Castlemorris; and a bit further along the coast you can find us at The Perennial Gardens Cafe & Shop, near St Davids, the wonderful St David’s Food & Wine on the high street, and at the new cafe Mamgu in lovely Solva. We also supply chef Simon Coe at Twr y Felin, who is a particular fan of our sea salt with sichuan pepper. Further south we are stocked at Lobster and Mor, tucked away in Little Haven, and at Vincent Davies in Haverfordwest, where we’re looking forward to seeing the new local products display that will be coming soon. In Narberth and Pembroke you can find our products in Wisebuys – great shops to while away some time exploring their myriad of quality products.
Our Pembrokeshire Sea Salt Co. and Cwtch Body & Sole products are also available on the sunny seafront in Saundersfoot at Periwinkle, and in that area we also supply chef Tom Hines at Coast – if you go there you will get to taste our spectacular black squid ink, which he serves atop the butter for the bread, as well as the sea salt with sichuan pepper and coming soon our green wild garlic salt.
The Cwtch products are now available from the lovely Pembrokeshire Creations gift shop at the Post Office in Fishguard and Elements in Newport, who have just moved to a fantastic new shop right on the square; they also have our cute ‘Taste of the Sea’ salt sampler pack and our delicious salted caramel sauce.
Outside of Pembrokeshire, (although only a stone’s throw, or maybe roll…!) you can find the sea salts at Crwst, the new cafe recently opened in Cardigan. We’re pleased to say that our brand is also getting known further afield, and our recent deliveries have gone out to Wrights Food Emporium, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, Arthur Neave in Swansea, the Gower Seafood Hut on the Mumbles, Elephant & Bun in Cowbridge and Wally’s Delicatessen in the Royal Arcade, Cardiff. We are also very proud to supply chef Stephen Terry of The Hardwick, just outside of Abergavenny and local lad chef Tom Simmons, at his Tower Bridge restaurant.