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Irish - UK - Online Shop - Food, Drink, Gifts, Delivered to your door!

Celtic Embrace will open its doors Saturday November 3rd, we will offer a small range of Irish / UK food and drinks, and we also have a beautiful range of Newbridge Silver gifts and jewellery, Mullingar Pewter, Beleek and some other gift items.

We will also carry a local produce range.
Do drop by, we will start small, but we aim to grow, if you cannot drop by, watch out for our website which will be up and running soon, www.celticembrace.com or email us with your ideas or questions at shop@celticembrace.com
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Old 30.10.2012, 21:03
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Care to give us your address? The webpage is under construction
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Outstanding! Mels is not that big Will find you.

I will be passing on the Autobahn Saturday. If time allows I will stop in.

Good luck.
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

An Irish shop!! In Mels, of all places?! Ten minutes from my office!

Thank you! Christmas has come early this year. I am looking forward to visiting!!
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Man I would forget my head this week

Wangserstrasse 2, 8887 Mel's
Right in the centre of Mel's at the crossroads,

Yes until we see what's hot and what's not we will wait to open the website to orders, feel free to email with suggestions etc. we may be able to accommodate you when we make our next order, will certainly try

Thanks for the good wishes. Anyone from EF dropping in please make yourself known

Sara
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Best of luck with the Irish shop. Will you stock barrys tea, tayto, spagetti hoops? Super idea.
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Thanks, tayto in stock, tea I hope will arrive with next batch, spaghetti hoops will maybe put on list

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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Any chance of Barrys decaf tea?
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I hope to have barrys tea next week, I will see if I can add some decaf
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Hello Everyone, thanks for the good wishes,
Celtic Embrace has started very well and we will increase our stock range in the New Year,
monshine & ar ais aris, we have the Barrys decaf and spaghetti hoops should you pass by
so I am interested to see what people are interested in and would people buy online, if we decide to open out website to orders ?
let me know your thoughts and ideas

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Re: Irish Shop Mels

good luck with the shop.
it is a bit for from neuchâtel so i will have to do my shopping online.
As soon as it is up I wil place an order for tayto and barry's Tea and maybe luzoade if you have it.
don't suppose you will be stocking meat items like bacon and sausages??

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Re: Irish Shop Mels

I think it is safe to say most of us are interested in food items we cannot find in the shops but it depends on price and delivery charges, I often find it is still cheaper to order from the UK and pay the tax on many food orders.

With regard to the gift items, I think pictures of the shop and products would help on the website as there is currently nothing on there other than wording.

Also more details on what you are actually stocking and the price rather than just a reference to Cadburys for example.

For many of us that is a long drive to visit you and it would probably help if we had an image of what to expect and to reassure us that it is worth the trip. Often we see something advertised and on arrival find it is one shelf in a store full of non relevant items.

Please don't take this as a negative, not intended as such.
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Sitting by the fire with a pint of Bass and a bag of Tayto crisps. Nom nom.

Lovely to meet you today, and looking forward to visiting again soon. You've got a great selection of stuff!

(Should I open the box of Roses already, do you think?)
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Sitting by the fire with a pint of Bass and a bag of Tayto crisps. Nom nom.

Lovely to meet you today, and looking forward to visiting again soon. You've got a great selection of stuff!

(Should I open the box of Roses already, do you think?)
Hi, of course you should open it , go on, you know you want to you can always come and get the milk tray you had your eye on nice to meet you too and I think we shall meet again, many a time lol
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Roses and Milk Tray !!! OMG
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And black majic and mini heroes and more
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

Great idea. Assume you will post anywhere in Switzerland? How about Odlums brown bread and scone mixes? Also, anything Cadburys. Best of luck with your new venture.
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Re: Irish Shop Mels

My order arrived form Mels last week well packed and goods are fresh.
Gave the kids a blind test between King and Tayto crisps!
Thanks Mels I will be back.

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My order arrived form Mels last week well packed and goods are fresh.
Gave the kids a blind test between King and Tayto crisps!
Thanks Mels I will be back.

Regards

John
Thank you very much for the positive comments,

Who won the test, tayto or King
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Great idea. Assume you will post anywhere in Switzerland? How about Odlums brown bread and scone mixes? Also, anything Cadburys. Best of luck with your new venture.
I will, please send a pm if you want a quote have both he bread and scone mix in .
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