Irish barista invents his own take on bulletproof coffee
The ‘bulletproof’ style coffee is on sale at today’s new lunchtime food market at George’s Quay in Dublin city centre
Tony Divito – yes, that is his real name – is one of the growing band of young Irish people returning from abroad and bringing with them great new ideas for food businesses.
The former restaurant manager from Cabinteely recently returned from Australia, where he trained as a barista and also worked as a Crossfit instructor, and has just launched Cocobrew. It’s his answer to the bulletproof coffee craze beloved of fitness fans in which butter and high grade coffee are combined in a drink for which weight loss and energy boosting properties have been claimed.
Article by Marie Claire Digby
The Irish Times
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Barista and Crossfit trainer Tony Divito says he has had an amazing response to ‘Cocobrew’, the version of bulletproof coffee he and partner Joanne Gibney have been selling through their mobile coffee business for over a year.
Divito first heard about bulletproof coffee five years ago while working in the food, health and fitness industry in Australia.
“I started putting coconut oil into my coffee in the morning to help me with my 4am starts and busy all-day training schedule.
Article by Clodagh Finn
This Lovely Cafe In Temple Bar Serves No Ordinary Coffee
Creamy, chocolatey and it gives you prolonged energy
I was leggin’ it through Temple Bar to Aston Quay to catch a bus on Friday evening, and while I probably passed about five Starbucks’ between the office and the quays, it was Cocobrew that caught my eye.
It looked warm, inviting and coffee-filled – basically, my idea of heaven.
So I popped in thinking I’d grab an Americano and head straight for the bus.
Article by Alana Laverty
Cocobrew – A Welcome Treat in the Heart of Bustling Temple Bar
Struggling to pass through the hordes of tourists, locals and revellers who had come up for the Coldplay concert that evening, I was relieved to spot Cocobrew across the cobbled streets of Temple Bar.
With its cream and pale brown exterior, Cocobrew‘s colouring aptly resembles a creamy cup of coffee. Its tall windows provide ample opportunity to watch as people hurry by, rushing to the next shop or pub.
Article by Sarah Glascott
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Thanks for everything last weekend Tony, The van went down an absolute storm! I cant believe what a great day we got! That said even though it looks gorgeous in photos, as you will know it was baltic so hot drinks were a must!! The van looks great in our photo’s!
Thanks so much again!
Conor & Rachel
Cannot recommend these guys enough! We booked them for our wedding 3 weeks ago and they went down a treat! It was such a talking point on the day, in fact it still is : ) Joanne & Tony are great to deal with and so accommodating, not to mention the coffee tastes great!Emma Murphy