16 familiar food and drink brands Irish emigrants miss the most
Food & Drink

16 familiar food and drink brands Irish emigrants miss the most

People leave Ireland every year seeking fame, fortune or just a decent tan.

Yet wherever they go and whatever they do, there’s still something those Irish emigrants miss about life on the Emerald Isle.

In fact, sometimes it might simply boil down to an inability to get your hands on a bag of cheese & onion Tayto crisps even just decent cup of tea (Barry’s of course!)

With that in mind, The Irish Post has put together a list of 16 familiar food and drink brands Irish emigrants miss the most, featuring all your old favourites.

Advertisement

16. Kerrygold

There's no butter like it.

15. Club Orange

Because Fanta just isn't quite the same.

 

Advertisement

14. Barry's Tea

If it's not Barry's, it's not tea.

 

13. Chocolate Kimberleys

She's the only chocolate cake you've ever loved.

Advertisement

 

12. Tayto Crisps

Cheese and onion flavour, of course.

 

11. Batchelors Beans

Advertisement

Heinz doesn't mean beans for me.

 

10. Gubbeen Cheese

Now that's proper cheese!

 

9. Brunch Ice Creams

Advertisement

Forget your Fabs - this is heaven on a stick.

 

8. Ballymaloe Country Relish

Makes it so much more than just a sandwich.

 

Advertisement

7. Cadbury Sandwich Snack

The ultimate tea break treat.

 

6. Clonakilty Black Pudding

There's not a black pudding in the world quite like it.

Advertisement

 

5. Red TK Lemonade

The only lemonade worth drinking is a red one.

 

4. YR Brown Sauce

Advertisement

You can keep your HP; it's YR Brown Sauce every time for me.

 

3. Superquinn Sausages

English sausages don't even come close to a Superquinn.

 

2. Wexford Strawberries

Advertisement

They just taste better, don't they?

 

1. Cidona

When you see that green bottle, you know you're in for a treat.