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Legacy Irish Cider chosen as finalist for Blas na hEireann

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Legacy Irish Cider chosen as finalist for Blas na hEireann

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Legacy Irish Cider has been chosen as one of the finalists for Blas na hEireann in Dingle this weekend.

Blas na hEireann, The Irish Food Awards is the biggest competition for quality Irish produce on the island of Ireland. Over 2500 products were entered into the 2016 competition to win Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards in over 100 food and drink categories.

The Blas awards are the biggest blind tasting of produce in the country, and the criteria on which the product is judged as well as the judging system itself, which was developed by Blas na hEireann with the Food Science Dept of UCC, is now recognised as an international industry standard.

To be chosen as a finalist in such a prestigious award is in itself an accolade and a testament to the work behind Legacy Irish Cider. We wish Liam and his team the best of luck in Dingle over the weekend.

 

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