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Don Cafe’s 3B in New York City

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Heading to New York City? Well make sure to stop at the southwestern corner of Central Park and visit Don Cafe’s espresso jeep. This is exactly what I asked (ordered?) Tommy and Holly Lansidel, my niece and nephew, who recently visited New York City and took these photos.

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Fabio Antonio Arbelaez, one of the people behind Don Cafe and its coffee products, is from Colombia. His great grandfather was the first Arriero (horseman) to cross Andes Mountains. He made the journey with his 60 mules. When he was on the top of the Andes he was amazed by the beautiful green of the valley of Quindio (It looks just like Kona Hawaii). He decided to settle there. He established 22 coffee, Cocoa, sugar cane, plantain and yuca Farms of which Fabio’s family still owns eleven. It has been a family business for over 150 years.

For now, you can find Don Cafe’s jeep at the location below. However, don’t be surprised to see more jeeps serving coffee in New York City and other American cities. You can also keep track of the company on Facebook:



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