Java Republic has confirmed that its hot beverages will be served in all 10 dining outlets in the Centre Parcs Longford resort.
Since winning the contract in 2018, the Irish supplier of coffee and tea said that has been working closely with Center Parcs, whereby baristas have undergone expert training from Java Republic SCA Certified Trainers.
“We have been working hard on perfecting this contract for over a year and are delighted to see it come to fruition," Grace O’Shaughnessy, managing director of Java Republic said.
The holiday village recently opened in Longford and is Center Parcs first forest to open outside the UK, where the group currently runs five resorts.
In May Java Republic announced that it was 'joining forces' with the family-run Spanish coffee company Cafento.
The coffee roasters said at the time that Cafento will take a 'majority stake' in the Java Republic business, however, the company remains headquartered in Dublin.
Java Republic was founded 20-years ago by David McKernan who reportedly is working with the company in a non-executive capacity as a brand ambassador.
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