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Independent coffee shops are booming in Dublin and throughout Ireland

Coffee shops are appearing on most corners of the streets of Dublin as they are in high demand from the growing clientele and Dublin...

Ireland moves a step closer to banning the use of plastic coffee cups

DUBLIN, Ireland – Ireland has moved a step closer to banning the use of plastic coffee cups in favour of biodegradable alternatives by 2020. In Britain, an estimated 2.5billion disposable coffee cups are used each year, creating approximately 25,000 tonnes of waste.

Average price of cup of coffee rises in Ireland according to Allegra

DUBLIN – UK-based market researchers Allegra World Coffee Portal have released information indicating that the average price of cappuccinos and lattes in Ireland has risen 4% to over €3. The Irish Independent reports that this rise to a worldwide spike in coffee bean costs in 2016 that is causing price increases across the board in Ireland ...

Irish chain Insomnia eyes first German outlet as part of expansion

DUBLIN, Ireland – Insomnia, the coffee chain led by Bobby Kerr, is eyeing up a significant expansion this year, with plans to open as many as 30 outlets between now and the year’s end. The chain, which currently has a portfolio of about 140 outlets across Ireland and the United Kingdom, some of which are operated by partners such as Spar and ...

An Irish Café turns Easter eggs into delicious mocha coffee shots

CORK, Ireland – A café  in Cork, Southern Ireland, known as Union Grind Espresso Bar, has grabbed global attention for their coffee fusion just...

Irish coffee market to grow by 7 percent over the next five years, says UCC

DUBLIN, Ireland – New research by UCC Coffee Ireland has revealed that the market is forecast to grow by 7% over the next five...

Wi-Q announces first Irish mobile ordering and payment implementation at Red Eye Coffee Roasters

LONDON, UK - As part of its commitment to lead the way in customer experience, Galway-based coffee house, the Red Eye Coffee Roasters will...

Why are there so many coffee shops in Dublin?

Drum roll. And the latest addition to Dublin’s coffee shop scene is . . .  Inevitable, it seems. Websites like Lovin Dublin and Daily...

Ireland: Applegreen gives away free coffee to combat road mishap

Irish gas station chain Applegreen has partnered with the country’s Road Safety Authority to prevent driver’s fatigue, one of the leading causes of road...

Canadian-based coffee chain Esquires plans new openings in Ireland

Canadian-based coffee chain Esquires  is planning to open six outlets in Dublin this year at a cost of €1.5 million, in a move that...

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