Nestled on the banks of Neshaminy Creek in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Castle Valley Mill began grinding Bucks County grains in 1730. Built on land that was given to the Meredith family by William Penn, the mill has been known as Grove's Mill, Reed's Mill, and now Castle Valley Mill.
This Soft Wheat flour with just the coarsest bran removed for a finer crumbly texture. Ideal for pastry-type baking. Could be described as a half-white flour.
Pastry flour-Ideal for Scone or Biscuit
Stone Ground Soft Wheat
Soft red winter wheat grows well in our Midatlantic climate. This is a low protein wheat that is best suited to batter-style baking such as banana bread, pancakes, muffins, or anything that should have a soft, crumbly texture. Grown right here in Bucks County, PA, we offer the soft wheat as 100% whole wheat and as a bolted 'half-white' pastry flour with the coarsest bran sifted out.