Kenmare is a cute little tourist trap with lots of shops, including sweet shops in county Kerry (from whence the name of the famous butter— Kerrygold). For those of you who don’t know what a macaron is or looks like, doubtless there are all types, but the French ones are the most famous, and the Irish, not to be outdone, produce just as sweet and colorful ones. The town is also famous for its lace making (which is how some of the women here survived the famine years in the 1840, selling their lace).
Notice it says loose chocolates. I’m wondering if that means eating it sets you on the road to ruin?
Everyone deserves their just desserts.