Showcasing The Isle of Man Food Producers

On Tuesday 26th March from 6-8pm the best of the Isle of Man ingredients will be on the menu at The Museum of London Docklands for a special promotional event. Chefs and wholesale suppliers are very welcome to join the party and find our why the Isle of Man is such a special place for top quality produce and ingredients.

The Minister for Enterprise, Tim Johnston, will be welcoming guests to celebrate the world’s only entire nation UNESCO Biosphere. If you are visiting Excel for HRC then this special evening is the perfect way of ending your docklands odyssey.

Which producers will be there?

The Isle of Man Creamery

A cooperative of 28 family dairy farms, established in 1917, that produces award-winning aged, flavoured and traditional British cheeses using milk from grass-fed cows. Make sure you try the 18-month grass-fed vintage cheddar and the oak-smoked mature cheddar that won bronze at the World Cheese awards recently.

Island Seafare

Suppliers of fine, sustainable, Manx seafood including lobster, crab and scallops – especially the famous Manx Queenies. Island Seafare export significant volumes to the French, Italian and Spanish markets and supply the fish counters of major supermarket chains such as Carrefour. Manx Lobster is caught locally using small pots in the clear waters surrounding the Island’s coast. Isle of Man Half Shell Queen Scallops are incredibly versatile, visually appealing and provide excellent plate coverage. Ideal for starters, tapas and small plates.

Isle of Man Meats

Ethically grown and reared on family farms Isle of Man Meats are justly famous with the Wing Rib of Beef and Rack of Lamb both excelling at the Great Taste Awards.

Isle of Man Salt Co

Hand-harvested from the pristine marine nature reserve surrounding the Isle of Man. After an extremely successful launch period, Isle of Man Salt Co are expanding their production capacity and are seeking to develop relationships with chefs and restaurateurs. Look out for Rosemary Sea Salt and the popular Salted Caramel Sauce.

Davison’s Ice Cream

Made with locally sourced double cream and milk. Look out for the Crunchy Honeycomb with Butterscotch Ripple Sauce and crunchy honeycomb pieces and the Raspberry Ripple.

Fynoderee Distillery:

A  Manx distillery that makes a range of spirits flavoured using local ingredients inspired by the heritage, culture, and folklore of the island. Look out for Fynoderee Manx Dry Gin and Glashtyn Spiced Manx Rum.

Outlier Distilling:

A creative craft distillery with an innovative approach to rum production that is yielding incredible results. Great Taste Award Winners. Look out for Hoolie Manx White Rum and Hurricane Over-proof Manx Rum. Hurricane is a blend of over-proof Hoolie rum and cask-aged rum which creates a surprisingly smooth over-proof that carries new American oak and Islay whiskey notes. Amazing in bold cocktails (think Zombie) or drunk neat as a sipping rum.

Okell’s Brewery:

With a rich history spanning 173 years, this brewery remains rooted in Manx heritage while maintaining a forward-looking focus. Okell’s have received accolades for their incredible “Zero” range. Look out for Zero, Alcohol Free Pale Ale and Nectar a more traditional New World IPA.

Canapés and bowls featuring ingredients from Isle of Man producers will be served during the evening complemented by ales and exclusively-designed Manx cocktails crafted by an award-winning mixologist from the Isle of Man.

If you would like to come and try some of this wonderful produce and ingredients for yourself, just drop us a line and we’ll send you the details.

Please contact to get your name on the guest list!