Big fish in the wee county

Sea Louth is a seafood trail that encompasses the entire 70 kilometre length of the coastline of Ireland’s smallest county

1st August, 2021
Big fish in the wee county
Kian Louët-Feisser of Carlingford Oyster Company. Picture: Terry McDonagh

You probably wouldn’t guess it from his surname, but Kian Louët-Feisser regards himself as Louth to his core. But this son of an Indonesian-born father and a Londoner mother was never meant to grow up in Ireland’s smallest county.

“My parents, Peter and Anna, planned to sail the world in the 1960s,” he says. “They left England, where they were living at the time, in a wooden yacht that...

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