There’s a cool promo happening April 5 to 7 in Vancouver that will find lucky commuters scoring 16-ounce cups of fresh-brewed coffee for a mere 22 cents. That’s right: It’s not even going to cost you a quarter to get your java jolt, courtesy Doi Chaang Coffee, who are celebrating Songkran (the Thai New Year Festival) with this terrific deal.
Doi Chaang Coffee will be brewing up their premium, organic certified, beyond fair trade coffee from Thailand pop-up coffee shop-style at Burrard Station on April 5, 6, and 7 from 6 a.m. and 11 a.m. (or until supplies run out). Full article on Vancity Buzz
In celebration of Thai New Year, Vancouver-based coffee company Doi Chaang Coffee Co. is offering commuters freshly brewed cups of Joe for 22-cents a pop at Burrard Station (635 Burrard Street). Full article on the Georgia Straight
This week, Strathcona’s Doi Chaang Coffee – which incredibly, is 50% owned by farmers in Thailand – is being served at a pop up coffee shop in Vancouver’s Burrard Station. Full article on Vancouver Barista
Doi Chaang Coffee Company teams up with Vanguard Investments to offer commuters a cup of premium quality Fairtrade coffee for $0.22. Full article on Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver