Airport delivery is a big deal for coffee lovers, but the first such service in Australia was a cafe.
It’s now an app.
The launch of airport-based delivery service Cafe Express was announced in Sydney last month, and has been going for about a year.
The idea behind the app was to make coffee-lovers more confident in their delivery options, particularly for those who live far from their coffee shop.
“The idea was to provide a safe and convenient way to pick up your coffee from a local coffee shop,” Cafe Express co-founder and CEO, Peter Breslow, said.
“It’s really important for coffee drinkers to have a safe way to get their coffee and have a place to grab it.”
The app has a wide range of options for customers, from delivery in the morning and afternoon, to delivery at lunch and dinner.
There are also different types of coffee and the delivery itself varies.
A coffee shop might send coffee to a cafe and a delivery company might deliver coffee to the cafe.
The app’s app is free and it will allow customers to book a delivery and select a coffee-maker.
Once the coffee-makers are selected, the app will send a code for a coffee delivery.
The courier, in turn, will email the delivery address to the customer and then they will have a call to confirm the delivery.
Breslow said the service was also being rolled out across Melbourne.
“It’s being rolled around in other cities, but I would like to see it extend to Perth as well,” he said.
“I think the idea is to give people confidence in their choice of delivery options and also to provide the option of a coffee shop to pick it up at.”
Coffee delivery has been on the rise in Australia since the arrival of Uber and other ride-sharing services.
But there is no such service for delivery in cafes.
This morning’s announcement that a coffee company is coming to Perth is a huge win for local coffee drinkers.
It will make delivery at cafes safer, easier and more convenient.
The coffee company will offer delivery in both the morning, afternoon and evening.
“If a customer wants to pick the delivery up, they can choose to go home with a cup of coffee at the end of the day or a cup at the start of the next day,” Breslowsaid.
The company will deliver at cafes throughout Perth, but Breslon said the first cafe-delivered delivery service was in a coffee house.
“In a coffeehouse you might have a cup or two on hand, and the coffee might be delivered by someone else,” he explained.
“But we are making it safe and easy to do so.”
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