Java Repub­lic pays con­stant at­ten­tion to cus­tomer tastes

Irish Examiner - Supplement - - FOOD & DRINK IRELAND - JAVA REPUB­LIC

Ever since David McKer­nan founded the busi­ness in 1998, the phi­los­o­phy has been sim­ple — it’s about mak­ing some­thing nat­u­ral taste amaz­ing, whilst al­ways en­sur­ing that ev­ery­thing is com­pletely trans­par­ent and ad­heres to the high­est eth­i­cal stan­dards.

“That means car­ing about the ori­gin of our tea and cof­fee and the peo­ple be­hind it all. From our farm­ers and our roast­ers, to our van driv­ers and train­ers, to our cof­fee ex­perts and artists, the Java Repub­lic team live ev­ery mo­ment of it.

“Their story is our story, that’s the way it’s al­ways been. We started out with a dream to bring fresh, hand-roasted cof­fee to every­one. Fast for­ward a cou­ple of decades and we’re still hand roast­ing the best cof­fee. But we’ve now got a range of su­perb or­ganic teas, the best equip­ment in the busi­ness and great lo­cal peo­ple on the ground giv­ing the best ser­vice,” McKer­nan says. “Our train­ing is ac­cred­ited in­ter­na­tion­ally and de­liv­ered by a team that can’t wait to get up in the morn­ing to share our mantra.”

Ir­ish owned, Ir­ish run and to­tally in­de­pen­dent, Java Repub­lic says that it lives and breathes Ire­land’s tastes, pref­er­ences and the lit­tle nu­ances that make the peo­ple who they are.

“We love and re­spect the best nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents, let­ting them speak for them­selves. We’re ob­sessed with ev­ery stage of the process, from sourc­ing to blend­ing, to train­ing and educating. Do­ing things dif­fer­ently is a way of life for us. We’ve al­ways been the mav­er­ick of our in­dus­try and we pride our­selves on be­ing eth­i­cal and trans­par­ent in ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing we do.”

Java Repub­lic’s mis­sion is to make some­thing nat­u­ral taste amaz­ing while al­ways en­sur­ing that ev­ery­thing is com­pletely trans­par­ent and ad­heres to the high­est eth­i­cal stan­dards.

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