SeaBeeTree - Healthy Irish breakfast cereal made with kelp
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It’s a Shore Thing

As an island people, our culinary heritage was for centuries interwoven with seaweeds, thriving particularly in the west of Ireland, until well into the 20th century.

 

SeaBeeTree remembers another well-proven Irish tradition passed on through generations – our ancient Brehon Law. Beginning with our Celtic druids c.400AD, these laws were sophisticated and progressive, and not only cared for their societies but also for their environs, including legal charters around ‘Sea-Keeping, Bee-Keeping and Tree-Keeping’. Hence we call ourselves, SeaBeeTree.

 

We hope to reconnect you with Ireland’s ocean treasure and that you will enjoy all that this delicious, nutritious wonderfood brings to your table.

Our Range

A Classic blend with a unique twist – Irish Wild Atlantic Way kelp, Irish oats & other grains, sultanas, raisins, apples, roasted hazelnuts, almonds & mixed seeds

A tropical blend with 18 ingredients! – including Irish Wild Atlantic Way kelp, spelt, mango , papaya, sultanas, apple, coconut pieces & lots of nuts & seeds.

A unique blend of Irish Wild Atlantic Way Kelp with Irish oats and other grains, raspberries, blueberries, apple, roasted hazelnuts, & mixed seeds.

Mixed Berries – Our Mixed Berries porridge uniquely blends the wholegrain benefits of Irish jumbo oats with iodine-rich Irish sugar kelp, all with the subtle zest of raspberries and blueberries.

Mixed Seeds – Our Mixed Seeds porridge uniquely blends the wholegrain benefits of Irish jumbo oats with Iodine-rich Irish sugar kelp, all with the extra nutritional crunch of mixed linseeds, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.

Hint of Cinnamon – Our Hint of Cinnamon porridge uniquely blends the wholegrain benefits of Irish Jumbo oats with iodine-rich Irish sugar kelp, all with a hint of cinnamon.

Sea How We Differ

Its not just what you sea its what you don’t sea….!

 

We don’t have any dates, figs or too many raisins. We want fruits to have somewhat of a tang, a taste sensation that’s not always just sweet but more nuanced and interesting.Our real difference lies with our Irish Seaweed, which brings with it a uniqueness that is ‘UMAMI’* which accentuates our sweetness – so we need less of it.

 

Our essence is our Irish provenance

From

healthy breakfast cereal made using kelp sourced from Irelands coastline

To

muesli made using Irish honey and seaweed

To

Sea bee Tree is a healthy breakfast option made using seaweed collected on Irelands wild atlantic way

A ‘DELICIOUSNESS’ that is ‘IRISH UMAMI’

 

Umami– First coined in 1908 by Japanese Chemistry Professor Ikeda, it means ‘Deliciousness’ in Japanese. Umami was first associated with Kombu – a seaweed kelp though also exists in certain other foods . It is often referred to as our ‘Fifth Taste’, -(joining sweet, salty, savoury and bitter)- as it exists only in certain foods. As the taste of umami itself is subtle and blends well with other tastes to expand and round out flavours , it plays an important role in making food taste delicious.

Sea How We Differ

Its not just what you sea its what you don’t sea….!

 

We don’t have any dates, figs or too many raisins. We want fruits to have somewhat of a tang, a taste sensation that’s not always just sweet but more nuanced and interesting.Our real difference lies with our Irish Seaweed, which brings with it a uniqueness that is ‘UMAMI’* which accentuates our sweetness – so we need less of it.

 

Our essence is our Irish provenance

From

healthy breakfast cereal made using kelp sourced from Irelands coastline

To

muesli made using Irish honey and seaweed

To

Sea bee Tree is a healthy breakfast option made using seaweed collected on Irelands wild atlantic way

A ‘DELICIOUSNESS’ that is ‘IRISH UMAMI’

 

Umami– First coined in 1908 by Japanese Chemistry Professor Ikeda, it means ‘Deliciousness’ in Japanese. Umami was first associated with Kombu – a seaweed kelp though also exists in certain other foods . It is often referred to as our ‘Fifth Taste’, -(joining sweet, salty, savoury and bitter)- as it exists only in certain foods. As the taste of umami itself is subtle and blends well with other tastes to expand and round out flavours , it plays an important role in making food taste delicious.

Irish breakfast cereal made with kelp from the Wild Atlantic Way

High in Iodine

High Fibre

Low Salt

Source of protein

No Added Sugar

Low saturated fat

Beta-Glucans

Sea Bee Tree mueslis are made with seaweed from the pristine waters of Ireland’s West Coast.

Source of Iodine

High Fibre

Low Salt

Source of protein

No Added Sugar

Low saturated fat

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Where to find us

SeaBeeTree products are available online and now in 150 stores and growing steadily