Collection of Coffee Truck From 7 Countries 🏁🚩🏳️‍🌈🏴

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Starbucks Coffee Truck, USA

Starbucks is bringing coffee trucks to three college campuses. Currently, the Starbucks mobile trucks is serving coffee around Arizona State University, James Madison University, and Coastal Carolina University.

The Starbucks mobile truck can move to various locations on campus throughout the day, making it convenient for students and faculty to grab a snack or beverage. While hours will vary on each campus, trucks are able to adjust business hours to suit the needs of their customers, in some cases staying open later than a dining hall.

starbucks coffee truck
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starbucks coffee truck
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starbucks coffee truck
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The Food Truck Handbook: Start, Grow, and Succeed in the Mobile Food Business

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Intelligentsia, New York, USA

Intelligentsia first-ever fully refurbished 1963 Citroen coffee truck. The truck serves a limited selection of espresso and pour-over coffee for passers by along 10th Avenue.

The Daily Grind: How to open & run a coffee shop that makes money

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Réveille Coffee Company Truck, San Francisco, USA

The project of Marin County-born brothers, Réveille Coffee is the mobile caffeine unit Tommy and Christopher Newbury started in the year 2010. They turned a former DHL delivery truck into a coffee truck.

Coffee Shop Business Smart Startup: How to Start, Run & Grow a Trendy Coffee House on a Budget

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Dispatch Coffee, Canada

Dispatch Coffee is an espresso truck run by Chrissy Durcak, who went from delivering iced coffee in mason jars on her bike to driving around Montreal in a beautiful cafe-on-wheels she designed with a friend and her brother. Inspired by friends at other local businesses, she took an idea for a coffee shop and made it mobile, fulfilling most caffeine addicts’ biggest dream: Coffee on wheels.

Read the full interview from www.shedoesthecity.com

Vintage Ute Coffee Cart, Melbourne, Aurstralia

Vintage Ute Coffee Cart is presented by The Farm Cafe who provide catering service for events around Melbourne.

Vintage Ute Coffee Cart-
photo credit: www.farmcafe.com.au
Vintage Ute Coffee Cart
Photo credit: www.farmcafe.com.au
Vintage Ute Coffee Cart
photo credit: www.farmcafe.com.au

Breville BES880BSS Barista Touch Espresso Maker, Stainless Steel

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The Providero Tea & Coffee House, UK

For over a year now, they have made it their mission to bring the finest loose leaf teas, the freshest gourmet coffee, and to top it off, slabs of delicious homemade cake to the good people of North Wales. They started by setting up shop in an old Citroen van.

The Providero Tea & Coffee House
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The Providero Tea & Coffee House
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Espressi, Netherlands

This high-tech mobile espresso machine works 100% on batteries that load with green power. The espresso machine mounted with a Lamarzocco to serve the espresso-based coffee drink. With their sustainable performance, they drive and serve coffee around Amsterdam and vicinity.

SUSTAINABLE POWER ESPRESSI
photo credit: www.espressi.nl

 

Royal Post, KL, Malaysia

Royal Post is the first coffee truck around KL. They serve a small selection of sandwiches as well as coffee at office complexes around Kuala Lumpur, most commonly Menara Millenium and Plaza OSK along Jalan Ampang.

royal post coffee truck
photo credit: www.facebook.com/royalpostcafe
royal post coffee truck
photo credit: www.facebook.com/royalpostcafe
royal post coffee truck
photo credit: www.facebook.com/royalpostcafe

Coffee Truck From Chiang Mai, Thailand

These two coffee truck were captured by a blogger from Chiang Mai, Thailand but no much information was provided.

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