Friday 1st October 2021 – An update
So we did The Balmoral Show last week – it was hectic and stressful, but we got there!Long days but met some amazing people and had some great chats. Thank you to Ards & North Down Borough Council for showcasing their local producers. We are very grateful for all the support the council have shown us – it makes such a difference. We will be appearing in Comber on Saturday 16th October as part of the TASTE Ards & North Down foodie showcase. Hope to see you there!!
We used the show to launch our latest artwork (designed by Thomas Bannon @thomasbannondraws) and we are honestly delighted with it. All three of our bottles are pictured above. George the chameleon will adorn our new and rotating flavours – the chameleon has been chosen because it has the ability to change (like the content of the bottles) and it is native to South America where some of our coffee is grown! See our new branding at Church Street Pantry, Portadown (Salted Caramel) and at The Hatch Street Kitchen, Castlewellan (Pumpkin Spice). Both locations still pouring our Big Djim Ethiopian Nitro Coffee alongside these new flavours.
A couple of new stockists on the horizon but one is already up and running. Nitro coffee is now on tap (alongside bottles of Coco Cabana) at FORAGE & FOLK and The KITCHEN, both in Omagh town. The food in the restuarant is absolutely amazing and the deli is stocked full of fantastic local produce and a selection of freshly baked goods that all look incredible. Don’t miss checking out these places if you are nearby.
Also coming up this month are markets at CS Lewis Square & The Junction – both with Urban Market, both featuring an array of amazing traders and traders will be accepting the Spend Local cards. It would mean so much to local traders if you choose to spend your £100 with them. We will be running some additional discounts for our bottled cold brew just to sweeten the deal!!
Looking forward to seeing you soon.