County Cork is Ireland’s largest and southernmost county, home to family-owned farms that dot the coastline where the land meets the sea. It seems to sit on the edge of the world, a rugged backdrop for the farmers who have toiled this land for generations.
Five Farms is a true farm-to-table product, crafted from single batches of fresh cream that are combined with premium Irish Whiskey within 48 hours of collection to become authentic Irish Cream Liqueur. The cream is sourced entirely from five family-owned farms in County Cork, run by families that have a deep connection to the land and a passion for their craft.
Made with the finest ingredients
Single Batch Cream
Five Farms is made with the richest dairy cream, smooth and sweet and luxurious. The mild climate and abundant rainfall in County Cork result in fertile farmland for dairy cattle, who spend their days basking in the fresh sea air and grazing on vibrant green grass.
The “happy cows” of County Cork produce the highest quality milk, and the collection in single batches assures that Five Farms starts with a rich and creamy base product that is consistent from batch to batch.
County Cork is also home to the centuries-old tradition of distilling authentic Irish Whiskey. The pot stills traditionally used for distillation gave the spirit a consistency that has remained timeless. Premium triple-distilled Irish Whiskey has a smoothness and complexity that add depth to the sweetness of the cream.
Five Farms contains a greater amount of Irish Whiskey than other brands on the market, setting it apart in the category and allowing for an intensity of whiskey flavor and warmth that is truly one of a kind. The result is a superior Irish Cream Liqueur with the richness of Ireland itself.
The Five Farms container is a wide-mouthed glass bottle with embossed details, in the style that dates back to the early 1900s. Its closure is a ceramic swing-top cap, adding to the authenticity of the design and the reusability of the container. The black glass creates an elegant presentation and allows the bottle to be recycled. The bottle swings from a metal handle that is easy to carry and gives another nod to milk containers of the past.
The product is shipped in a case of nine bottles, allowing for delivery in a square box that recalls the wooden milk crates of an earlier era. Retail displays include replicas of the metal milk churns that are symbolic of Ireland, from their traditional use in dairy farming to their modern appearance throughout the Irish countryside, used as flower planters or roadside works of art.