Badger & Dodo’s unusual range of quality fresh roasted coffees is gaining recognition through the high calibre cafés and restaurants they supply
Badger & Dodo
This boutique coffee roasters was set up here in 2008 by the highly experienced and coffee-educated Australian Brock Lewin who relocated to Co Cork with his wife who is from Fermoy.
Although they don’t have a retail outlet, their unusual range of quality fresh roasted coffees is gaining recognition through the high calibre cafés and restaurants they supply and they are listed on many of the ‘Just Ask’ Restaurant of the Month winners’ menus - plus their professional baristing and coffee services at events attracts favourable comment.
Badger & Dodo coffees and accessories are available to the public online (weekly deliveries) or from their mobile coffee cart, at Douglas farmers’ market (Saturday, 10-2).
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