Roskilly’s are renowned for their Jersey ice cream, yogurt ices, sorbets, organic fudge, jams, chutneys, mustards and marmalade.

Tregellast Barton has been farmed by the Roskilly family since 1960 and extends to about 200 acres and was first certified fully organic by the Soil Association in 1995.

Ice Cream

Roskilly’s Ice Creams are pure and simple. Freezing is their only preservative and they only ever use their own Jersey milk from the farm. Some ice creams are produced as organic, and some as “farmhouse” as determined by the status of the ingredients. Tubs of ice cream include clotted cream vanilla, caramel crunch, chocolate, cream tea (strawberry and scone), golden fudge and mint choc crisp. A wider range of ice creams are available in cones. New flavours are continually introduced.

Sorbets and Frozen yogurt

A refreshing range of fruit flavours and, more recently added, Hiccup alcoholic ices (4.8% ABV) which include gin and tonic, mojito sorbet and summer punch ice cream.

Organic Fudge

Refined organic milk to make condensed milk and then boiled with clotted cream to make fudge – a little bit crumbly in texture, but creamy as it melts in your mouth. Available as clotted cream fudge, stem ginger, chocolate and orange, praline, salt caramel and chocolate coated.


Having tried a few machines none of them has the same effect as Roskilly’s huge Victorian hand grinder so they carry on using it.  It takes the team over a day to work the grinder, producing two types of mustard – black pepper and horseradish.


A wide range of flavours including Winter Chutney, Piccalilli, Mango Chutney, Spicy Apricot, Onion Relish, Spicy Plum, Ginger, Apple and Almond, and Date & Orange.


Classic farmhouse jams and marmalade.


Tregellast Barton Farm, St Keverne, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 6NX


50.0394733, -5.0814574


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