Caffeine Injection for Suffolk Vaccine Centre

Caffeine Injection for Suffolk Vaccine Centre

Renowned coffee challenger brand, Paddy & Scott’s, has delivered more than 500 coffees to a local vaccine centre, in a bid to fuel their efforts to immunise the community against Covid-19.

500 of Paddy & Scott’s Brew Bags were delivered to Saxmundham Health Centre where a team of dedicated nurses, doctors and volunteers are working round the clock to vaccinate the local community.

The Brew Bags are just like a tea bag (but for coffee), and can be quickly brewed in a cup with boiling water, promising the barista-quality coffee in a few short minutes.

“At Paddy & Scott’s we are always trying to think of ways to support our community and when our National Account Manager; Jessie Snelling mentioned sister and nurse; Cassie was working so hard, we had to step in” explains Founder; Scott Russell. “Our vaccination teams are essential to helping us move out of the pandemic and back to normal life, so we wanted to do something that would help fuel their day and bring a smile to their faces.”

“Our Brew Bags are so quick and easy to use, making them perfect for the fast-paced environment our nurses are working in,” adds Scott.

All of Paddy & Scott’s cafes are currently closed, but they are selling their coffee online via

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