We’ve gone Off-Grid


It’s the time of year for us to go offline for a few weeks to explore the word by bicycle.  We can’t process any weborders at this time but will be back online Sept 6th so you can feel free to browse the shop, or place and order as long as you are ok to wait until around Sept 7-10th for delivery! (if you could add a note in your order that you are happy to wait that would be of enormous help)

We look forward to seeing you at some of our great upcoming events:

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Vitality Expo, RDS Dublin, Sat & Sun Sept 8 & 9

Upon our return we will be headed straight to the Vitality Expo in Dublin.  We are pumped to be invited as we only stock small independent health food shops and it’s the Independent Irish Healthstores Assoc at the helm of this great event.  If you come, be sure to pop in and say hello, there will be plenty of samples to tempt you.  You can find us in the Artisan Village.

Taste of West Cork (for all details see the guide here)

We are a part of a whopping 6 events during this year’s festival.
  • Wed Sept 12th 2pm @ An Tobairin Healthfood shop, Bandon – Bean-to-bar talk and tasting, book in the shop or ring (023) 885 2985 (€5).
  • Thursday Sept 13th from 5:30pm @ Organico Bantry, Artisan food producer evening
  • Friday 14th Sept – Clonakilty Walking Food Tour (we are the last stop) Book through Kate at Flavour.ie
  • Friday 14th Sept 3:30pm @ Clonakilty Brewing Company – Beer & Chocolate pairing and brewery tour meet the maker event and tasting.  €20, Buy tickets here (please note: this one is advertised at the wrong time in the Taste of West Cork Brochure)
  • Saturday 15th Sept @ our Clonakilty Chocolate HQ – Come see where we make our chocolate, learn the steps and taste your way from bean to bar. (€8 per person, book by emailing me at [email protected]com)
  • And last but not least Sunday Sept 16th 7pm, @ Fernhill House Hotel, Clonakilty, in Celebration of Clonkilty Fairtrade Town’s 15th Anniversary, I am organizing:
    Fair & Local Gala Dinner cheffed by Caitlin Ruth of Deasy’s
    15 years ago, Clonakilty became Ireland’s first Fairtrade town. Join us for a celebratory 5 course dinner showcasing the best ethical ingredients from our region and abroad curated by Caitlin Ruth, head chef of Deasy’s Habour Restaurant. Guests will be treated to a cocktail reception on arrival with live music followed by our Fair & Local Tasting Menu. Throughout the evening there will be an opportunity to meet our special guests and speakers who honour the Irish ethical food movement and our local food producers.   Tickets €50, include 5 courses and glass of wine available at www.flavour.ie/fairtrade