One of our more unusual varieties grown on our farm in Vermont. We originally bought our seed from Oregon and don't quite know why it's called Killarney. While it is small in size, it packs a punch with flavor. We debate over this every year but we think Killarney is one of the spiciest garlics out there. The bulbs are small, cloves squatter with 8-10 cloves per head, and easy to peel skins. It is also the perfect size for adding to pickles whole, crushing entire cloves with a knife, or dropping entire head in soup or the instapot.
As with all garlic from the rocambole family, their flavors are prized by chefs and cooks but alas it has a shorter storage life so use up within 4 months.
Larger sized Killarney $16 pound (sold out) 7-11 heads per lb
Smaller size Killarney $14 lb, typically 12-14 heads per pound