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Delivering your coffee safely

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

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Covid-19

Dear Friends,We hope you are well and managing to #StaySafe through these difficult times.Over the last few weeks we have been adapting, like everyone else, to a completely new environment. That means working from home where possible and adopting new practices to create a safer working environment. Trading has been suspended at our concession at The Designerie in Bushmills and at the artisan markets around the Causeway coast but, with your amazing support, we have been able to continue supplying great freshly roasted coffee through our online store at CausewayCoffee.Com.

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The New Standard

I'm sure many of us have grabbed a coffee on the go at a train station or a bus station. Not thinking too much about the taste. But something has changed over recent times. More of us have stopped for a moment, tasted, and wondered if we could do any better. Does coffee really need to taste of burnt rubber? Just because it's hot and you need that little caffeine fix doesn't mean it needs to leave a bitter taste in your mouth.  Step up Lesley and Mark from Vic&Hil. They're our new customers now based at Cullybackey train station every morning from 6 until 9.  And they are now serving our Nabla speciality coffee. Lesley and Mark wanted a coffee that,...

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Come and Meet us

Some of our customers have been asking us to come along to some of the Artisan Food Fairs which are increasingly common along the Causeway Coast. As we've never run our own market stall before it was an exciting challenge to show off our products, answer questions from some very keen coffee lovers and support local shops/restaurants where our coffee is available.  We started at this year's Salmon and Whiskey Festival on 8th and 9th June which was a huge success. There were a huge range of specialist artisan producers with a wide variety of products available. I'm not sure either Chris or myself realised how popular this event would be but it was great to meet some of our...

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Bushmills Banquet'19

The Bushmills Banquet, now in it's second year, is an annual celebration of the finest food and drink served by the very best chefs in Bushmills. This is where the teams from the Bushmills Inn, The French Rooms and Tartine (@ The Distillers Arms) join forces, hire a huge marquee and invite 100 lucky ticket holders to a luxurious feast celebrating the finest local products and their providers. It is one of the main launch events of the annual Salmon and Whiskey Festival.  Based on the huge success of the inaugural event word spread quickly that this was something special. When tickets were released for this year's event they sold out in just 10 minutes. Signifying an evening with only...

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