New indie Harrogate business offers fresh coffee in Nidd Gorge area
They can now enjoy a fresh coffee on the go thanks to a Harrogate woman who has turned her vision of launching her own coffee blend Kele Beans into a reality.
Creating her luxurious coffee which would be truly special and unique has long been an ambition of Kele Warrender's.
Having established Kele Beans online earlier this year, the dynamic Kele now turns up each weekend to serve refreshments at Bilton Lane car park opposite the Ripley bridleway and cycle path.
Kele said: "Creating my very own coffee blend was always something that I dreamed of doing but there never seemed like a good time to take that leap and, indeed, there was never any spare time.
"But lockdown has given me the opportunity to make that dream a reality."
The idea of selling in person at the popular spot for walkers and cyclists is to give people the opportunity to taste her coffee blend, have a homemade piece of cake and learn more about Kele Beans.
Coffee lovers are being invited to bring a cup along for a fill-up.
Boasting dark chocolate flavours alongside rich hazelnut top notes and hints of dark fruits, Kele has worked alongside John Farrer and Co Kendal Ltd to create a blend that is vibrant, unique and luxurious.
Kele said she had had taken inspiration from South America, Vietnam and Guatemala to "create something truly incredible."
Kele's cute micro caravan can be seen on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 1pm at Bilton Lane car park opposite the Ripley bridleway and cycle path.
How to buy Kele's coffee beans online: wholesale and retail
Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00 .
Saturday & Sunday - 07:00 - 17:00.
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