Combat2Coffee are proud to have launched our new Ipswich Town-themed coffee roast at Portman Road.
The bespoke brew, Cuppa Towen, went on sale at our Sir Bobby Robson Stand Upper bar and our FanZone van at Town’s home debut clash against Stoke City.
It was developed with the help of senior members of the club, after our founder Nigel Seaman hosted a tasting session to create the perfect matchday roast.
Money raised through sales will go to our work supporting veterans and prisoners with their mental health.
Nigel, a Royal Anglian Regiment veteran and former prison officer who has experienced post-traumatic stress disorder himself, said: “All of us at Combat2Coffee are so excited to see Cuppa Towen available at Portman Road.
“It was great to hear how much the Blue Army loved it.
“Every cup sold helps veterans like me who have experienced mental ill health and aids us on our mission to reach all those in need of support.
“The club have been huge supporters and we are so thankful for their continued backing.”
Cuppa Towen is also now available in all corporate and executive areas, the Bobby Robson Suite, media room and the Playford Road training ground.
We have been the club’s sole supplier of coffee since the start of the 2022/23 season.
We offer barista training for veterans and families looking to return to civilian life, with profits donated to other service charities that support local veterans.
Stuart Cox, Director of Venue at Ipswich Town Football Club, said: “Helping develop this coffee with Combat2Coffee has been a fantastic opportunity for the club.
“To pick something unique for our staff, customers and stakeholders is something we have never done before.
“Cuppa Towen means we as a club are also helping to change the world, one sip at a time.”
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