http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_k5tQujMK4Annascaul Black Pudding is an artisan homemade black pudding. The Irish black pudding was first made when Ashe’s shop was established in Annascaul in 1916.
The original black pudding recipe has been handed down through three generations of the Ashe family. Continuing in that tradition, Annascaul Black Pudding is handmade by Thomas Ashe on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
It is a unique Irish black pudding, is high in iron, contains no artificial additives or preservatives and is low in fat. It is a traditional Kerry black pudding, cake baked and in square block shape.It is one of the very few black puddings still made with fresh blood.
You can’t visit Annascaul without visiting Annascaul lake. Nestled in the mountains overlooking the Com Dubh valley, this is an area rich in history and mythology and never fails to inspire the creative mind. The river and lake have stocks of trout for those partial to a little fishing, and the lake road and mountains are popular with both serious and amateur walkers alike.
Tom Crean Endurance Walk 2014
Celebrate Tom Crean’s epic solo march to save Teddy Evan’s life for which he received the Albert Medal for Bravery.
Receive your very own unique Tom Crean medallion at the Finish line.
Have you seen these signs along the west coast of Ireland? They show you are following the Wild Atlantic Way.
Annascaul Village would like to invite you for St Patrick’s weekend for a weekend of Craic & Ceol. With Great Pubs, B&B’s, Hostels, Holiday Homes, Black Pudding, Pottery, Lake, & Everything else…Annascaul is the perfect place to spend a weekend!…..Please feel free to invite your friends to our event!!