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Colombo Coffee Company takes total coffee solutions down south


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Sri Lanka’s trusted total coffee solutions provider, the Colombo Coffee Company (CCC) has been for many years a valuable partner for restaurants, hotels, cafes, and even homes and offices when it comes to coffee, coffee machines, accessories and so much more. 

Extending their range of world-class products and services, CCC recently opened up its second showroom in the historic city of Galle. The opening took place in conjunction with the Galle Literary Festival 2019, of which CCC was also the Official Coffee Solutions Partner.

The opening ceremony was attended by distinguished guests such as hotel and restaurant owners of properties located inside the Galle Fort.

Speaking at the ceremony, CCC General Manager Lien Keerthisinghe noted: “CCC is proud to be the total coffee solutions provider for many of the best known coffeehouses, restaurant chains and hotels in Colombo and across the country. We opened our flagship store in Colombo-7 last year so that people have the opportunity to drop by at their convenience and see for themselves the extensive range of products and services that we offer. We chose Galle to open our second outlet as we identified a unique coffee culture here and want to extend the same products and services to our clientele down south.”

The latest outlet is situated at No. 62A, Light House Street within the historic Galle Fort. It also sports a coffee kiosk where customers can stop by to sip on some of the best coffee while taking a stroll down the cobblestone streets. 

“Many of the cafes and restaurants within the Fort and down south use our coffee, machines and our expertise. The new outlet will serve as a contact point for existing clients, making the relationship more convenient and also as an experience point for new customers. Since the Galle Fort is always packed with local and international travellers, the coffee kiosk will serve as a stopover and information hub for the coffee enthusiast,” Keerthisinghe added.


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