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Le Comptoir irlandais

Le Comptoir irlandais

VISIT THE WEBSITE: www.comptoir-irlandais.com

Comptoir Irlandais invites you to travel through its shops for an original discovery of products from Ireland and also from Scotland, England and Celtic countries.

After the installation of a first boutique in 1987 in the port of Brest, the brand rapidly expanded in Quimper, then in Nantes and Rennes to reach the number of 45 stores in France in 2016.

Through its delicatessen, its whisky, spirits and beer cellar, its textile and gift world, Le Comptoir Irlandais offers a wide selection of its favourite products. Le Comptoir Irlandais has a privileged relationship with Irish manufacturers and regularly finds authentic new products, such as the Irish Follain jam factory located in the heart of County Cork.

All year round, find sweet and savoury delicacies, marmalades and jams, HP, Marmite or Piccalilli sauces, or even tea with countless flavours… If you want to extend the trip into the morning, you can order fresh products, including bacon and typical Anglo-Saxon breakfast sausages delivered once a month, accompanied by top quality Irish salmon.

The whisky cellar offers a choice which is a reference in France with 600 whiskies in all price ranges. A cellar rich of the best whiskeys from Ireland but also whiskeys from Scotland, Japan, Brittany but also American Bourbons. Irish beer also has an essential place in a shop that represents the homeland of Guinness.

At the Irish Counter, you can also find traditional Irish sweaters from the Aran Islands, now available in a wide variety of shapes and pallets, as well as fine lambswool sweaters, Merino scarves, woollen hats, tweed caps, polo shirts from the world of rugby

Each month, the brand offers a thematic selection: St. Patrick’s Day in March, whisky month in June, lambswool month… and invites you to discover the great Anglo-Saxon classics and new products.

His website: www.comptoir-irlandais.com

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