Java Republic and Aer Lingus Bringing on Board Coffee to New Heights

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Java Republic and Aer Lingus Bringing on Board Coffee to New Heights

Java Republic and Aer Lingus Bringing on Board Coffee to New Heights
July 07
09:28 2015

Ireland’s premier coffee roaster, Java Republic, has been announced as the new on board coffee supplier to Aer Lingus for short haul routes, including European destinations. Heralding the union of two of Ireland’s leading brands, from June 2015, all Aer Lingus guests can avail of freshly brewed Java Republic filter coffee as part of Aer Lingus’ on board bia menu. Bringing real quality to the inflight offering, each individual cup contains freshly ground coffee that has been sealed in the bottom for freshness. It is then brewed for each customer.

Java Republic is a wholly Irish-owned company that supplies premium coffees, teas and hot chocolate. The coffee is hand roasted by experts in the world’s first carbon neutral Roastery in Dublin. Likewise, the range of 18 premium Speciality Teas are expertly blended and hand stitched in silken tea pillows, all 100% organic and 100% biodegradable.


Mike Rutter, chief commercial officer of Aer Lingus, and Grace O’Shaughnessy, managing director of Java Republic.

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