I wanted to visit this place for ages

cause I am garlic lover.
amazing place! not only they sell anything garlic related, from the garlic itself to garlic beer, butter and more, but they only have a cafe with amazing food! love love love


  1. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    2 £ each? so expensive? I guess these garlics are something special

  2. neja
    neja ·

    @superlighter. Yes, garlic was quite expensive. I guess it's because it's organic and they grow it themselves. The most expensive one was Chesnok ( Russian for garlic ) from Ukraine. It is the really strong one. But, for me it was weird to see such price. If u tell anyone from Russia or Ukraine hat u have to pay 150 rumbles for a bulb of garlic, people wouldn't believe u:)))

  3. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    garlic don't need special care to be cultivated, it only need a good soil and no chemicals, so I think that the equation "organic=expensive" is good only for the crafty producers and avid sellers :)

  4. neja
    neja ·

    @superlighter. But in this country they usually don't grow anything themselves, only import mas produced stuff, such as plastic strawberries , tasteless tomatoes and so on, everything of the same size, according to the EU rules. So everything that is locally grown without chemicals is super expensive, cause manual labour costs a lot here

  5. neja
    neja ·

    @superlighter. Also, these guys go through the trouble of growing many different types of garlic over wise not available to buy anywhere in this country so I guess they justify their prices with that

  6. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    ok, you convinced me :-)

  7. neja
    neja ·

    @superlighter. I wasn't happy about the prices, but what can u do? U either bu it or not. In supermarkets garlic is not very good. Anyway, I ate it all: baked it and stuff...

  8. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    have you ever try Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino (spaghetti garlic olive oil and hot pepper)? while cookin the spaghetti in abundant boiling whater cook two or three cloves of garlic in a little olive oil for a short time, avoiding to burn them. add a little hot pepper and when the spaghetti are cooked put it all together. add a pinch of chopped fresh parsley and Good Appetite! :)

  9. neja
    neja ·

    @superlighter. Will do! I have a friend who is a big fan of Italian pasta . Especially the one with sea urchin

  10. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    I´m with @superlighter: Toooo much expensive !!! I´m not sure, but I think that I pay 1€ ... for 4 or 5 garlics!! I know here is Spain (and Italy to @superlighter) ... Our countries produced a lot of this ... and the english are not the first garlic´s fans!! ;)) By the way ... the photos are great, as ussual from @neja!!!

  11. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    @superlighter ... thanks for your recipe !!!

  12. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    @jaalvarez did you try it? I assure you that it is a very easy recipe to make. minimalist but ...yummy! :)

  13. neja
    neja ·

    @jaalvarez @superlighter you can buy cheap garlic in supermarkets, anything from £0.70 per 3 bulbs. you can buy a kilo of garlic from Korean shop for £1.50.
    But this garlic farm offers something different from a regular garlic- it's locally grown, it's good for roasting and some of it originates from different countries, such as UKRAINE - which is exotic for British

  14. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    Well ... this is different ... Here, in Spain (I think it´s the same in Italy) we have a lot of origins to the garlics, always all of the into our country. You know this is cheaper that the Ukraine ones ... ;)

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