From the first days of our company’s existence our mission has been to listen to your needs and desires regarding the selection of bread you would like us to bake.
On the other hand, we weren’t inclined towards mass-production. We wanted to show our values, our character and to be able to deliver to our Customer.
Our place in the baking landscape had to be connected with our identity and with the multicultural side of the population in Ireland. The result you can see in this part of our Catalogue: different breads, different tastes, yet one consistent quality, freshness and goodness.
Braid has always been a universal symbol of unity, of power to connect past, present and future. It symbolized wealth and fertility. Braided bread – chalka, challah, halla, calach and many other names can be found throughout all Eastern Europe. Historically it was served for ceremonial occasions like Easter and major Jewish holidays.
In our happy international postmodern civilization, it is available any day, whether we would like to treat ourselves to a slice of toast and a cup of delicious cappuccino, or need a piece of bread to get the last bit of our favourite homemade jam from the bottom of the jar...
Even the Celtic goddess Badb with all her enlightenment, inspiration and wisdom would approve of this one. Full of seeds, it replenishes your energy without weighing on you, in case you are on a mission, and need to move lightly and quickly.
Although featuring all qualities that Clients value most in our production - the best ingredients, taste, longevity and a beautiful aroma of home-made bread, our Premium range stands out like a modern skyscraper - a work of modern art made of prime materials and latest technologies amidst the old city's wooden architecture and paved streets. It is our response to the rapidly fleeting time, to the urge of meetings, closing various deals and ubiquitous networking.
One cannot succeed in any of those on an empty stomach. One cannot forget his or her roots and start any transformation out of thin air. Only by using the best of the past experiences, of techniques and groundworks one can make a firm step into the future.
A connoisseur of our Polish line of bread will find in our Premium Bread an echo of the Old Poland crust and Warsaw tender crumb, yet, it is so much more compound that this combination. A perfect loaf of bread for a person with modern needs and thoughts, who seeks comfort, values quality and innovative ideas.
What is your sanctuary, your safe harbour and power bank?
Our recent edition of Village Bread has become a vortex of energy for us and many other hard working people.
Just imagine a hard working man who spent a long day in the field - plowing, sowing, harvesting… Imagine his sore sun burnt loins, a strong wish for peace, comfortable rocking chair and hearty food. He doesn’t take the nature's gifts for granted. They are rather a well deserved reward for his sweat and calluses. He is a caretaker and a caregiver all in one person. He brings the Earth energy to nourish they family and loved ones.
We all do the same after a long, exhausting day at the office. Even if your “field” doesn’t need watering and weeding, but rather writing scientific researches, evaluating colleagues’ competencies and mastering the art of negotiation. We bring the harvest of our everyday hard work to our family.
That is the quintessence of our newest bread - passing the power of motherland to the dearest ones. Taste it and feel our care!
The name speaks for itself. Like the Olympic Gods might have had on their table, when they were taking a very serious, yet delicate decision whether to grant or to remove a man's power to rule. This bread brings love and wealth to the family, but only if they are delicate and ready to forgive cmall 'blemishes' of each other.
For your everyday sandwiches take a look (and a bite) at our Toast White and Toast Brown Breads.
Toasting bread over open fire is a very old invention. In fact, Romans had tradition of laying out slices of bread on the hot rocks in front of the fire to improve palatability of bread. A toaster, as we know it, appeared in yearly 20th century, just around same time as pre-sliced bread, wrapped in wax paper. The benefits of it we all know pretty well – you just grab a few evenly cut slices, pop them into the toaster and have breakfast a few minutes later. A savior on any busy morning.