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Creative Fuel: Mobile Espresso in Ireland

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 23, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Alexa last modified Jan 22, 2013

Belfast-based Sam Alexander is on a quest to make his latest venture, Attridge & Cole, one of Northern Ireland's premier coffee catering companies. The winning equation? A restored French commercial vehicle (a Citroën H Van), locally hand-roasted coffee, and a expert barista team. Attridge & Cole is usually parked in a lot off Newforge Lane, but you can also spot it wheeling through the streets of Belfast, or turning off its engine near the Trim castle along the River Boyne. What's on offer? Attridge & Cole boasts an array of baked goods and coffee from Bailies Coffee Co. , served up by a staff trained by UK barista champion Sarah McCandless . Photography by Opposite Page for Attridge & Cole (except where noted). Above: The van parked in Newforge Lane's open parking lot. Above: A barista outfitted in a sturdy denim work apron. Above: Cruising the streets of Belfast. Above: The Citroën's speedometer. Above: The coffee van is available for markets, concerts, and corporate events; contact Attridge & Cole for more information. Above: Photograph via Between You and Me . Above: Freshly baked cookies on offer. Above: The van parked at a hot air balloon festival in Trim, County Meath. Photograph via Facebook . N.B.: Looking for more design on the go? Have a look at San Francisco's Del Popolo pizza truck, an Airstream hotel in Vienna, and the Traveling Gin Company in London (think pop-up drinks on a butcher's bike).





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