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Come down & See us at Dublin Tea & Coffee Festival 2014

Here's the first image of our stand down at the Dublin Tea&Coffee festival 2014. It should be a fantastic weekend for anyone with an interest in the best the coffee world has to offer us here in Ireland. Get down and pay us a visit, we have our baristas brewing espresso at stand number A8/B9, and there is some wonderful single estate filter action over in Roasters Village, stand R4.

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Dublin Tea & Coffee Festival Discount Code

Thanks to the awesome folks at the Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival we are excited to offer you a unique Promotional Code that will get you discounted tickets... The code can be used on 1 day or 3 days tickets and can be used multiple times. This can be redeemed by following these simple steps: Go to: https://ti.to/dublincoffeefestival/2014 Choose the desired quantity of tickets you wish to purchase. Underneath the ticket prices, click "Add a Discount Code" Enter your unique discount code (DCTFBAILIES) into the field. Click Continue You will then be prompted for your billing & payment details. Here's that code again DCTFBAILIES   If you were thinking of heading to Dublin any time soon, this will be a...

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More Gold Stars for Excellence

We like to excel at Bailies Coffee, and pride ourselves on the coffee we produce day in day out for our customers. So we are always pleased when our coffee gets recognised for its merits with others. At the recent Great Taste Awards 2014 we again took home several stars, another 5 to be exact, which takes our staggering total of gold stars from the great taste awards to 32!! A few of the gang couldn't help but celebrate in the roastery, and why not. It feels good to win. We would also like to congratulate all the other local artisan Food NI companies who bagged awards  #supportlocal #betterfresher

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The move is going well

We have been here a few short weeks but already the place is starting to take shape, one of the first visual indicators being the signs - this being the first Bailies Coffee sign to go up, and the removal of the old buildings branding (which led to some confused drop-ins whilst it was there). A massive step forward in the move was also completed this weekend, which saw our roaster equipment ( which is some heavy duty machinery ) make the move across Belfast to BT9. We've been busy taking pics of the whole process, which began with the construction of a new internal wall in the factory which will form part of the roastery area. With a few...

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