Like everybody heading to BLE next week, licensing is what gets Tina-Louise Foster out of bed in the morning – but it’s coffee that kicks her into action.
And so the licensing veteran is bringing her experience in building global brands and amazing products to revolutionise the world of specialist coffee.
Tina-Louise’s latest venture is Phippsters Coffee, a lovingly sourced range of five blends for any time of day, from a roast for first thing that keeps you chirpy all day, to a rich and dark coffee without the caffeine that’s ideal as the nights draw in, for warming the bones before bedtime. Those two coffees are called Dawn Chrous and Scott Free – yes, just like family and friends, Phippsters coffee blends each have a unique personality, and that’s borne out across the range.
Beans sourced from the world’s best, most sustainable growing regions are air roasted in the UK for a consistent, rich flavour. And it’s not just the best method for your palate either; air roasting is good for the environment, using far less fuel than traditional methods and minimising air pollution. Only around 1 per cent of all coffee brands in the world commit to air roasting, but it’s part of Phippsters’ commitment to world-class coffee for generations to come.
Many of the licensing industry will be meeting with Tina-Louise next month to learn all about what’s going on with her company Nimbus Nine Consulting, and she and the Phippsters team are offering everyone at the show a special offer to stay on top of their game (and you’ll need it at BLE, Mark my Words – another Phippsters blend).
Tina-Louise knows you’ll love Phippsters coffee as much as she does – every delicious sip – so she is giving everyone at BLE an early Christmas present with an exclusive BLE discount on their next order. Simply visit the website www.phippsters.co.uk and use the code BLE20 at checkout before the end of October to receive 20% off your next order – you’ll never look back.
What’s not to love? And with just five days until the show opens its doors, Just in the Nick of Time – a smooth dark roast from Central America to save you in a moment of stress.