Toy­ota Cof­fee House

Jamaica Gleaner - - FOOD -

THE NEW car is often one that greets you upon en­ter­ing a car sales lot, or that of oil and ma­chin­ery from the nearby garage. But at its new home along Old Hope Road, Toy­ota Ja­maica is reengi­neer­ing busi­ness.

As a mat­ter of fact, the car com­pany has been brew­ing quite a bit of at­ten­tion from cor­po­rate Ja­maica since the open­ing of its café. Home of some of the fresh­est au­then­tic Ja­maican cof­fee blends, Sachi Shi­tara has per­sons, and not just ones do­ing busi­ness with Toy­ota Ja­maica, run­ning up the stairs of the eatery for a cup or two.

“We have been here since Fe­bru­ary and the re­sponse is great,” shared the busi­ness de­vel­op­ment con­sul­tant, who only uses cof­fee grown of the high­est qual­ity. “We part­ner with Old Tav­ern Cof­fee Es­tate and each week freshly roasted cof­fee is de­liv­ered to our café,” she con­tin­ued.

An­other lo­cal sup­plier to the cafe is the choco­late com­pany, One One Ca­cao. This is used to serve warm cups of cafe mocha, among oth­ers.

Not a fan of cof­fee? No prob­lem. More flavour­ful than tea bags, loose leaf teas from all across the world are avail­able at the cof­fee house. From tra­di­tional English black teas, Ja­panese green teas or herbal teas, a cup is there for you.

Open to all mem­bers of the pub­lic, the Toy­ota Cof­fee House main­tains a cus­tomer first men­tal­ity and is ready and wait­ing to serve you a cup of hap­pi­ness.

Ser­vice with a smile.

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