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NEW HOT POTS IN ARNOTTS

Hot, tasty and healthy! As you know we have some new really tasty banh mi baguettes in our Montague Street specialty coffee shop, just off Harcourt Street in Dublin 2. There’s a chicken one and a vegan one. Really gorgeous and the perfect lunch!!!

However, we now also have a range of new HOT POTS developed by Domini Kemp and her chefs in our specialty coffee shop in Arnotts (www.arnotts.ie) at its Liffey Street entrance in Dublin 2. These are served with rice or cauliflower rice and we have four different ones:

  • Chicken & Leek Casserole

  • Beef & Guinness Stew

  • Vegan Paleo Stew and

  • Chorizo & Chickpea!

All super-tasty hot dishes!

They are perfect in this weather when you need lunch or a welcome refuelling while Christmas shopping in Dublin city centre.

Thanks.

Team at Joe’s

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LA CABRA’S BACK

We are delighted to have specialty coffee beans from La Cabra out of Denmark back in our coffee shops in Dublin. We have built up a great relationship with the guys from La Cabra over the years and their coffees are always so popular with our customers.

You’ll find the beans in our Arnotts shop on Liffey Street in Dublin 1 and in our shop on Montague Street in Dublin 2. They should also be in our new flagship coffee shop in Harvey Nichols in the Dundrum Town Centre over next few days as well as in our Leeson Street cafe.

We have got all four of La Cabra’s current range of fantastic coffee beans . . . all by different processing methods.

Shembati (Burundi): washed. “A tart and lively red-fruit jam for the cold months ahead.”

La Roca (Costa Rica): red honey processed. “Structured and subtle orange blossom tea.”

Altos (Costa Rica): natural. African acidity in a complex interpretation of terroir in Costa Rica The Farm.”

Jalisco (Colombia): lactic fermentation. Plum and chocolate-flavoured body with a sweet vanilla finish.”

We’ll also run the Shembati as our guest espresso from next week.

These beans are also all ‘omni’ roasts, meaning they’re good for espresso and filter too. Check out the supercool website here for more on La Cabra’s methods and philosophy.

Thanks.

Team at Joe’s