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JESS: Have a Genuine interest in what you do.

A quality product and a genuine interest in people keep them coming back. Jess likes to keep things eloquently simple. Her friendships and due diligence keep her active and desiring more out of life. A bit of background about this young lady. Jess, has an interest in...

Community Involvement: Crust, You’ve Earned It

Start with an idea and keep evolving. CRUST is a staple to the community of Cork. Quality food equals happy people and makes a days work worthwhile. The smell of fresh bread, quality local produce and ingredients, that are barely contained in between the two slices of...

Learning to Love Coffee: Aaron’s Journey

Aaron grew up as a your normal Irish kid surrounded by tea. As he put it: tea out of the bottle. However, Aaron didn’t really have a taste or an interest in tea or coffee. His go to drinks were: milk and water. He gradually became interested in the coffee industry. A...

A Coffee Fit for a King: Brian Boru Street

The coffee culture of Cork city during 2020 has thrived. During the Covid-19 lockdowns, people have been looking for ways to still casually meet up with family and friends. As an essential business, cafes and portable coffee stalls have popped up around the city....

Stop by the: BUS STOP for quality coffee

Fortunately, coffee shops and cafes have started to pop up around Cork city and county over the past few years. Living in Cork, Ireland has many opportunities to express your creativity and to connect with your community. One particular spot that hides away on the...
Create Life Long Memories: The Story of Three Spoons

Create Life Long Memories: The Story of Three Spoons

Buy what you like. Do what you like. Stay where you like. 1) Coffee2) Tea3) Spice(s) Three spoons and Jurgita reminds us to be happy with being in the moment. Coffee and Tea should be shared and involve a conversation. She reminds us to treasure our time and create...