Iced coffee and flavoured milk from family-run Meon Valley firm goes nationalÂ

ICED coffee and flavoured milk made in the Meon Valley is now availble to order nationwide.Â

Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 12:32 pm
Updated Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 1:34 pm
Jack Martin with his cows at his business Tom Parker Creamery in Exton. Picture by Alex Lawrence.

From January 28, Tom Parker Creamery's Chocolate Milk, Iced Coffee, and their new flavour Salted Caramel, will be available to order from 

Tom Parker Creamery is led by Tom Parker's great grandson Jack Martin and their goal is to deliver simple but delicious high quality dairy produce. 

Jack said: '˜We are absolutely over the moon to return Tom Parker to doorstep delivery and going national is the cream on top.

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Products made by Tom Parker Creamery in Exton

'˜We only use fresh milk from our free-range, grass-fed cows, combined with the finest natural ingredients in glass bottles.' 

Tom Parker started farming with 14 cows on rented land in the Meon Valley in 1921. After he started delivering milk from his horse and cart to his neighbours, word spread about the quality of the milk, and his fleet of beautifully painted horse drawn milk floats became a regular sight in Hampshire.

'˜The Guv'nor', as Tom Parker was known, became something of a farming legend. He never let success change him though, describing himself, even to royalty, as '˜the local milkman.'

Jack restarted the firm in 2017 and he now has more than 500 cows at his farm in Exton. 

An orginal Tom Parker Dairy milk float