This year in Dublin, Ireland the first ever Cookie Cafe was established by Slain Cohalan and Jenny Synnott.
The home made American-style cookies consist of flavours such as sea salted caramel & pecan, banoffee, white chocolate & cranberry plus other exciting flavours that will make your mouth water.
Elaine Cohalan kindly agreed to an interview with me.
The Dublin Cookie Company
29 Thomas Street,
Tel: 083-3766401, Email:email@example.com, Web:www.thedublincookieco.com, Facebook: facebook.com/thedublincookieco, Twitter: twitter.com/DublinCookieCo, Instagram: @dublin_cookie_co
When and why was the business established:
In March 2014, Jenny and I decided to try selling our cookies based on recipes that Jenny had developed over years of baking for family and friends.
We wanted to work together and create our own business.
We were both drawn to food so cookies seemed like the obvious option.
Also, at the time, it was very hard to get a good cookie in Ireland.
What produce do you sell:
We sell baked cookies, cookie dough, flavoured milks, coffee and tea
Where are your current produce manufactured:
On site in our cookie shop at 29 Thomas Street.
What was your experiences of being a baker/chef:
Jenny has baked domestically for her whole life.
She has also managed a cookery school and a resort in the past.
When did your business open:
March 5th 2016
What are your plans for the future of the business:
We hope to expand our cookie dough distribution and sell it into more retailers throughout Ireland as well as open up more cookie shops.