Saturday, 31 July 2021

Ferment coffee


Over lockdown last year we were allowed to go out for walks around our local neighbourhoods. Some businesses were able to operate using click and collect (order online or phone then pick up). This one caught my eye selling coffee, I thought it was unusual but clever as they are a wine and beer shop but at least they thought of a way through the tough time.

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12 comments:

Billy Blue Eyes said...

Selling beer that way as well or a fortified coffee

William Kendall said...

Keeping in business required creative thinking.

Tom said...

...lots of changes had to be made.

Susan Heather said...

I "googled" Ferment - sounds an interesting place.

Tigger said...

Those 'hatches' selling coffe to take away or drink at standing tables on the pavement are part of the coffee culture here (and, i believe, in Italy).

Jackie McGuinness said...

We could also walk around during lockdown which was a great source of our only entertainment outside.

gz said...

Well done them!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Those were the days. I hated them but the merchants figured out ways to stay in business.

Betty J. Crow said...

Very good idea! Lockdowns were terrible.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Still serving takeaway saved so many small businesses I think Amy, good to see ✨

klara said...

a coffee truck in a huge park/forest outside Brussels operating during lockdown (along with those long walks in nature) saved my mental health last year.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The ones that learned to think outside the box had/have a much better chance of surviving! Apparently many restaurants are opening now with only a takeout option (no inside dining) because people got used to delivery and takeaway.

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