Local Food Products
Mango jam, pepper jelly, sticky toffee pudding, Cayman brewed larger, drunken rum cake, and fresh honey, are just a few of our favourite Caymanian specialty foods.
Tortuga Rum Company (Tel: (345) 623 7701) manufactures wonderful rum cakes that you can watch them make.
Cayman Spirits Co. (Tel: (345) 943 4786) produces locally distilled Seven Fathoms Rum which is matured seven fathoms underwater! Their distillery produces nine different types of rum as well as other spirits. Call for a tour of the 5,000 sq ft facility or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. They offer daily rum tastings at the Outpost at Pedro Castle.
Cayman Sea Salt (Tel: (345) 943 7258) sells their locally produced sea salt in most supermarkets, gift shops and at the Pure Art Gallery.
Cayman Islands Brewery (Tel: (345) 947 6699) produces twelve locally brewed beers which people can sample at their factory in Prospect.
Kombucha tea is brewed on Island at Jessie’s Juice Bar (Tel: (345) 949 2012) and by Elizabeth Chisholm (Tel: (345) 916 4759) who can deliver a range of flavours, including decaf varieties, straight to your home or office. Email: email@example.com. Saucha (Tel: (345) 926 0508), a vegan meal delivery company, delivers artisan sourdough and a variety of house brewed kombucha in two bottle sizes.
For over 30 years, Cayman Honey (Tel: (345) 947 1255) has been produced by bees owned by Sybil and Otto Watler and is well known as a local delicacy. They operate out of a house in Savannah and are very welcoming to visitors who would like to sample and buy their honey. They also sell it in the local grocery stores.
Powder Monkey Gourmet Treats Ltd. specialises in gourmet homemade marshmallows in a variety of flavours, and can be found at Kirk Market and all Fosters locations.
Cayman Islands Sauce Company (Tel: (345) 516 2467) produces a hot sauce from the extremely hot scotch bonnet pepper.
Carol Hay of Cayman Pepper Patch makes delicious Gourmet Pepper Jelly that can be bought at supermarkets and select gift shops on Grand Cayman and Mary Lou’s liquor shop in Cayman Brac. Check her out at www.caymanpepperpatch.com.
From April to October, Hank Ebanks can be found on the roadside outside the Mango Tree restaurant selling live white land crabs.
The Farmacy grows and delivers fresh, seasonal produce twice a month. Their fresh fruit and vegetable boxes cost CI$35 and contain a mixture of locally grown vegetables, fruits and a dozen eggs all delivered straight to your door. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.