Monday September 29 2014

The Interesting Eating Company serves royal blend for International Coffee Day

The Interesting Eating Company serves royal blend for International Coffee Day

To celebrate International Coffee Day, The Interesting Eating Company is serving a blend that is fit for a king.
The quirky Allerton Road café and eatery will provide a selection of coffees supplied by the acclaimed Nairobi Coffee, which holds a Royal Warrant from HRH Prince Charles.
Chief Barista Neil Philip Marsden said: “International Coffee Day is the perfect excuse to sip something special. From lattes to espressos, to skinny variations and syrup shots, we’ve got an unrivalled selection that will suit everyone.”
Founded on a passion for innovative food and drink, the independently ran venue prides itself in delivering a multitude of aromatic coffee variations, which have been blended with expert craftsmanship.
Neil added: “We are very enthusiastic when it comes to the art of coffee making.  Our aim is to devise both rich and sweet taste sensations for customers who want to sit back and unwind, as well as commuters on the go.”
Following the success of the South Liverpool venue, The Interesting Eating Company has recently joined forces with Ultimate Outdoors to provide an in-house coffee shop, appropriately titled Ultimate Café. Located within Deepdale Shopping Park in Preston, the venue serves the café’s signature pancakes and light bites, as well as new culinary exclusives.
For more information about The Interesting Eating Company visit www.theinterestingeatingcompany.co.uk or call 0151 345 5216. 


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