A few months ago we entered our Aoife coffee into The Irish Food Awards. This is the main award programme for food and drink producers across Ireland both North and South. With blind tasting and strict rules to ensure fairness the winners can justifiably celebrate the quality of their produce. we've just found out that our Aoife coffee has made it to this year's finals with the winners being announced on 3rd October. Here's hoping for a good result . In the meantime you can get your own bag of our Aoife coffee by clicking here. Don't forget to select whether you'd like beans or ground coffee and we hope you enjoy as much as we do. Click here
Here's a little video we did on behalf of Makers House at The Designerie. Although the Designerie is temporarily closed due to Covid-19 the talented artists have been working away behind the scenes. You can see their weekly videos here so don't forget to subscribe to the newsletter and get updates from this talented bunch. Hope you enjoy
If ever there was an idea whose time has come in this age of lockdown, it is delivery by drone. Wing, a drone delivery company owned by Google parent company Alphabet, is conducting tests of its technology and services in several markets around the world, with products ranging from first aid kits to freshly baked cupcakes — because you never know when or where a cupcake emergency can arise.
We send our coffee orders using Royal Mail's unsigned service. Where Royal Mail needs to deliver a parcel the postman/postwoman will place the parcel at your door. Having knocked on the door they will step aside to a safe distance while the item is retrieved. If the delivery cannot take place, Royal Mail will take the parcel to the local depot for you to collect. The parcel will be held for 18 days as per normal process. Even though you'll be excited to get your fresh Causeway Coffee please respect the social distancing rules by keeping at least 2 metres away from your postman/postwoman. Thank you. #StaySafe