Dublin Barista School launches own coffee brand

South Anne Street firm has started hand-roasting in small batches

8th January, 2017
James McCormack, director, Dublin Barista School, with his wife Linda May-Fox and their children Charlie and Sally

James McCormack moved from catering to coffee in 2011 with the opening of the Dublin Barista School. Employing ten people on South Anne Street, the company offers more than 30 training courses for baristas, coffee roasters and enthusiasts.

“I had been running a catering company called Good Mood Food, which expanded quite quickly, and as part of that we opened a cafe,” said McCormack. “I had to go to London to train and coffee was really taking...

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