£3.00 – £12.50
This heritage variety was bred on the Isle of Arran off the West coast of Scotland at the end of the First World War and was named in celebration of this. Boasting a vibrant blue purple skin encasing a fluffy white flesh this is an earthy tasting potato great for mashing, baking, roasting, chipping and wedging. They would be perfect to accompany your Burn’s Night haggis or try using them to make gnocchi.
* Please note: these are not certified seed potatoes. They’re not sprayed with chemicals so will grow if given the chance but we’ve grown them for eating. We recommend planting them in your oven, not in the garden! *