Dublin based Full Circle Roasters has announced that it has partnered with Former Ireland rugby international Jamie Heaslip as the Brand Ambassador for the company.

The pandemic has resulted in substantial growth of people consuming coffee at home. In response, Full Circle Roasters built a website, subscription model and online shop with delivery nationwide. Our next move was to invite Jamie Heaslip to represent the brand and work with him on strategic marketing initiatives.

The full product range of coffee and equipment is available on: https://www.fullcircleroasters.ie/.

Full Circle Roasters also has plans to partner with Jamie to open a number of shops in the coming year.

Founded in 2014, Full Circle Roasters is now established as one of the best roasters in the capital and their coffee can be found throughout the country in places like Shoe Lane, Ebb & Flow, Milligram (Sligo), Bodega, East Village, Awesome Coffee Beans (Monaghan).

Located just off Camden street, Dublin 8 in a repurposed and renovated car garage is the bright and airy coffee roastery, filled with aromas and the Probat Roaster itself taking centre stage.

As owner, Dave wears many hats. Along with running Full Circle Roasters, he and his wife Louise own Milligram, Cracked Nut and Ebb&Flow.

Full Circle Roasters Founder Dave Smyth said: “We are thrilled to have Jamie onboard as we work together on some exciting plans for 2021. Online sales have really taken off throughout the pandemic and we believe this spending habit will continue with the blended work/life environment for the coming years. We are focusing on building on this in the next year. We will continue to grow our wholesale business and have exciting plans to open a number of shops ourselves.”

Jamie Heaslip said: “I have been a fan and consumer of Full Circle Roasters for a few years now, taking them all around the world with me after tasting the quality of their coffee. Our values align in both business and personal life. I’m looking forward to working on some exciting plans that will bring quality coffee to communities throughout Ireland.”

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