Yesterday, we had a party in Powerscourt Centre, to celebrate the first Murphys Ice Cream scooping cabinet in the capitol, and I think it was quite a success, due in no small part to our wonderful team (Niamh, Claire, Sinead, JP and Gary), our brilliant designer Kevin, and the folk at Powerscourt Townhouse Cafe. Certainly one of the high points for me was when JP brought two Kerry calves, which absolutely delighted children and adults present, and I was especially happy that our farmer Colm managed to make an appearance.
It was a crazy day, including a tasting at Morton’s on Hatch Street, dropping into the studio to visit with the brilliant team at the Emergency on Newstalk, and trying to keep our little Róisín happy. The party itself flew by, and I only wish I could have split myself in 3 to chat with everyone who came.
I hope that having the scooping cabinet will please our Dublin customers, and anyone who is interested in our ice cream should visit Powerscourt Centre. It’s our policy to give out free tastes, so don’t be shy!
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That looks great Kieran – so sorry I couldn’t make it there. What did Róisín think of it all?
We didn’t make it in either (work!) and HoneyB would have loved having her ice-cream with the calves. I hope we get to visit for ‘a few scoops’ next weekend. Well done on the party! Looks excellent.
Om nom nom, the brown bread icecream and the apple brandy were savage, and the calves were only adorable. Will certainly be back to give you some of my hard earned bobs