There are a few places in Europe where you can find some kind of blood sausage. But there's nothing quite like a real black pudding - and the legendary Clonakilty black pudding might just be the finest of the lot.
First produced in 1880, Clonakilty Black Pudding is still made to the exact same recipe today. It's Ireland's favourite, and with good reason.
Not quite so well-known outside its homeland, but even more delicious in our opinion, is white pudding - a blend of pork, oatmeal, onion and spices. A proper cooked breakfast just isn't complete without it.
And the uses for black and white pudding don't end at the breakfast table, either. Black pudding in particular is undergoing something of a renaissance in modern British cooking, especially as an accompaniment to shellfish.
These traditional Irish delicacies are available in only one place in Berlin – Dalriata Inselfeinkost.