Lark Distillery was established in 1992 to produce a premium Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky.
18 Feb 2010 - 4:35 PM  UPDATED 6 Sep 2013 - 9:31 AM

Thorpe Farm Produce   

John and Jill Bignell
189 Dennistoun Road
Bothwell TAS 7030
T:  03 6259 5678
M: 0409 216 780
W: No website   
E: jillbignell@bigpond.com

Thorpe Farm produces the award-winning Tasmanian Highland Cheese range of legendary goat and sheep milk cheeses available at quality restaurants and food stores across Australia. Tasmanian Highland Cheese range includes marinated fetta, fresh goat cheeses, white mould goat cheeses, unique goat crottins, goat cheese curd and extends to the renowned range of sheep and cows' milk blue cheeses. Thorpe Farm also supplies venison to restaurants, freshly milled flour to specialist bakers and chefs as well as grows and sells specialist vegetables including wasabi and the exotic black salsify.

Telephone or e-mail to John and Jill Bignell for more information.


Lark Distillery  


Bill Lark
14 Davey Street
Hobart TAS 7000
T:  03 6231 9088   
W: www.larkdistillery.com.au
E: info@larkdistillery.com.au

During the days of those early barrels maturing quietly in bond storage Lark Distillery was encouraged to explore the production of other unique Tasmanian spirits from the wonderful bounty that Tasmania has to offer. Lark Distillery product range now includes: Whiskey, Bush Liqueur, Pepperberry Vodka, Pepperberry Gin, Pure Malt, Cherry Max, Slainte, Rum Island, Apple Schnapps and Apple Liqueur.

On line store via website. Australian stockists listed on website.

 
Perigord Truffles of Tasmania   

Peter Cooper and Duncan Garvey
Rockdale
Tasman Road
Grove TAS  7109
T: 03 6266 4213
M: 0419 341 906 or 0408 308 639   
W: www.perigord.com.au
E: duncan@perigord.com.au or peter@perigord.com.au

The French black truffle is the fruiting body of the fungus Tuber melanosporum. This fungus forms a symbiotic relationship with the roots of oak and hazel trees. The edible portion, or truffle, is harvested in winter once it has matured.  The use of the French black truffle is limited only by the imagination of the chef. It is used as a flavouring (similar to a herb) in a multitude of dishes such as, veal, soup, fish, shellfish, game, rice and salads.
Truffle season is from late June to early September. During the harvest period Perigord Truffles of Tasmania supply truffles direct to individuals to enjoy in their homes through Australia Post Express Post Service.   The truffles are delivered within 24 hours of harvest to most Australian towns and cities.     

Private Retail Sales: Orders can be made via the website.