His name is Faolán for a start.
Ashbourne, County Meath.
Bean-based entrepreneur Faolán Smyth at the much-delayed ‘official launch’ of his coffee shop and CBD oil emporium Colours By Design and the realisation of a dream.
Faolán says his business thrived throughout the pandemic, serving freshly-ground Marley Coffee and CBD oils by GreenHeart, both Irish companies.
“The positive reaction and incredible support from the local community has been amazing. I am so grateful to have fulfilled my dream of opening this coffee shop with fantastic coffee whilst also introducing a new Irish brand like GreenHeart to help educate the benefits of CBD oils. It’s helping more than ever during these stressful times.”
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Irish-made stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Irish-made Stuff’. No fee.
Old Ireland In Colour writes:
Tea and coffee van 110 years ago! Ballybricken Fair, Waterford City. Wednesday, May 4, 1910….
Poole collection (National Library of Ireland)
This lovely coffee shop (which when fully open is doggie friendly) is open for takeaway now. Great coffee and good social distancing being practiced. Mr Hugh (second left) and Lette (far left) are featured.
Black Sheep Dublin 14
Takeaway coffee in your area, anyone?
Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6.
Jonathan Smith of Ernesto’s gives out free tea and coffee for the local community while practicing safe
beard social distancing.
Yesterday: The Importance Of Being In Ernesto’s
Jonathan Smith, of Ernesto’s across from Rathmines Garda station (top)
Ernesto’s, Rathmines Road, Dublin 6.
Paul Hayes writes:
Fair play to Jonathan of local Rathmines coffee joint Ernesto’s who, along with his coffee and juice suppliers, will be giving away free drinks from outside on Thursday from 10am-1pm for the local community. Social distancing guaranteed by the cops across the road
Spotted at Mahon Point Shopping Centre in Cork.
Fiona Corcoran tweetz:
“Even Santa needs a coffee to get him through the day 🎅🏻”