We are super-excited to announce that our shiny new water bottles and ecoffee cups are available to buy in both our Church Road and Clondalkin shops! Now you can sip in style, while also doing your part to care for the environment! No more takeaway paper cups or throwaway plastic water bottles, our new reusable range means less fuss and less waste!

Our water bottles

Our lightweight 600ml water bottle is BPA-free and phthalate-free, and has a handy filter, that allows you to flavour your water with fruit, without it getting stuck in the spout. As well as having a wide mouth opening and a leak-proof cap, our bottle also has a convenient strap, which means that you can take it with you wherever you are, and stay hydrated on the go! Don’t forget that if you’re out and about on the cliff walk in Greystones, you can drop into our Church Road café and fill up your bottle for free, at our filtered water station!

our ecoffee cups

As well as looking amazing, our 12oz reusable ecoffee cups are environmentally-friendly. They are made from naturally organic bamboo fibre, which is the world’s fastest growing and most sustainable crop. Bamboo fibre is also naturally sterile, so it won’t change the flavour of your drink. If looked after well, our cups are reusable forever and, if you are done with it in a few year’s time, you can send it back to nature by simply crushing it and adding it to your organic compost.

Our ecoffee cups are dishwasher safe and have a resealable, no-drip lid, which means that you can enjoy your cup of joe on the go, without any spills or mess! We have three different colour combinations to choose from including a cheerful patterned cup.

Best of all, enjoy your first coffee in your ecoffeecup for free, and receive 25 cent off your coffee, every time you present your clean ecoffee cup in any of cafés! Cheaper coffee, in a stylish cup, that is also helping you to do your bit for the environment – it’s a win win situation all round!

Our water bottles (€9.50) and ecoffeecups (€12) are on sale in our Church Road and Clondalkin cafés, while stocks last.