Kafka’s Coffee & Tea Converts 1980 Grumman ‘Kurbmaster Jr.’ into a Mobile Espresso Bar

Kafka’s Coffee has acquired its own coffee truck, a converted 1980 Grumman ‘Kurbmaster Jr.”. The shorty – only 15ft. long – previously serviced farm equipment before being outfitted with a Nuevo Simonelli White Eagle Espresso Machine. It offers a full espresso menu, filter coffee, nitro cold brew and lemonade (as well as cookies and croissants from the cafe). These images were taken when owner Aaron Kafka was busy installing the machine and prepping the truck for service last month…

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In addition to a semi-regular appearance at The Brunch Affair in North Vancouver, Kafka’s truck will be parking at a variety of events for the balance of the summer. Follow them here to keep up!

Kafka’s Coffee & Tea
Kafka’s Coffee strives to serve the best tasting drinks possible. Every cup of coffee is brewed to order with specifications to highlight the natural flavours of the coffee. Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: Main Street
2525 Main St. | 604-569-2967 | WEBSITE

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