We strongly believe that it is time to have
Turkish coffee as part of the American culture. We drink more coffee than any
other country on earth. We can get drip coffee, espresso, latte even at the gas
stations. They are no longer unique. However, ask anyone you know if they have
heard of Turkish coffee and majority of the people will say "Yes".
Ask again if they have ever had any and the majority of the will say
With all of the communication technology
transformation that occurred over the past 10-15 years people are more aware
of Turkish coffee than ever. However, there are not too many places that
serves Turkish coffee. Primary reason for this is because roasters and coffee
shops in US does not have grinders that can ground Turkish coffee. Not us.
How To Start a Coffee
Cart: A Guide To Starting Your Own Business On Wheels
As a coffee shop on wheels, mobile coffee carts
bring caffeination to unexpected places. People often hire them for a variety
of events, such as weddings or corporate parties. You’ll also find them at
farmers markets, artisan fairs, and street fairs. This type of business
provides a specialty product along with a unique experience, taking the place of
a bar for daytime activities or at alcohol-free events.
Here are some