Allens Farm
Nr Sevenoaks
Kent TN15 0QZ

Tel: (weekdays only)
01732 810526


By Appointment to
Her Majesty the Queen
Supplier of Kent Cobnuts
Allens Farm

Green Cobnuts   *** 2013 SOLD OUT ***

Green Cobnuts have a unique taste, the nearest we can think of is fresh coconut. By the middle to end of September they will be turning GOLDEN and will become sweet and juicy as the starch is turned to sugar by the Autumn sun. We will send Green Cobnuts until they have matured to Golden (around mid September) then we will send Golden, so order before the mid of September if you want to be sure of getting Green Cobnuts.


Golden Cobnuts   *** 2013 SOLD OUT ***

Golden Cobnuts will be supplied without the husks, this is due to the difficulty in sorting the Cobnuts in the husk. As there are approx 25% more nuts in a kilo of huskless nuts, prices are higher for Golden Cobnuts. Note:- If you order before the Golden are ready (which is around mid September) we will HOLD your order and only charge your card on dispatch. Please check the Website to see when we start dispatching Golden Nuts.

Note that we will not be taking Orders for Golden Cobnuts after the end of October, so please get your orders in early.

Please note that our Cobnuts are delivered by Courier, we ask for deliveries to be ‘LEFT SAFE’ if no one is around, please give special instructions if this is not satisfactory. As the nuts are perishable we do not normally resend, if they are returned undelivered

Deliveries are to the UK Mainland. offshore Islands (including Isle of Wight) 1Kg or 10Kg orders only, please. Overseas orders are not accepted.


We are proud to announce that Allens Farm has been granted the Royal Warrant, for the supply of Kent Cobnuts to Her Majesty the Queen. Allens Farm has been sending Kent Cobnuts to the Royal Households of both Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Charles for many years, and we are delighted to have received the Royal Warrant.

The rehabilitation of the 800 Cobnut trees saved as a result of joining with our neighbour is progressing well, although sadly we have had to cut down several Oak trees which had grown up in the nut plat. We had to choose between preserving a nut plat or creating a woodland.