Since 2021, Espressoul Café has been setting up shop at various areas around Tucson, dishing out its matcha lattes, smoothies, and unique coffee creations. However, did you know that the mobile beverage unit offers catering?
As a matter of fact, Esspressoul Café has been providing catering options since the beginning. Owner and operator, Eris Movahedi, has popped up at large events, employee appreciation gatherings, birthday parties, and weddings.
“I haven’t shined a light on the catering aspect as much but people have reached out,” said Movahedi. “Sometimes we’ve had requests to be at certain spots so our regulars can come and visit.”
Recently, Movahedi, who grew up in Iran, took her business to a whole new level by spending time in Italy — in Rome and Florence — where espresso has been perfected over the years of its existence.
With summer on the brightly lit horizon, and folks spending taking time off from work and hanging with friends and family, Espressoul’s catering service comes in clutch.
“The full menu is available at catering as well,” said Movahedi. “We want everyone to experience Espressoul the way it is — specialty espresso lattes, matcha lattes, smoothies, refreshers, etc.”
One of the most popular drinks is the Persian Persuasion — a mix of saffron, rose, and cardamom. Made with either oat, almond, or coconut milk, this one along with the Blueberry Lavender, Mojito, Golden, and Shokolat lattes are all 100% vegan.
If you’re seeking catering in the Tucson area, there’s a $350 minimum. If it’s outside of the Old Pueblo there will be a gas fee involved as well (depending on the location).
Right now, the best way to request catering is to reach out via Instagram (the best option) or Facebook. Movahedi is always coming up with new creations, too, and to say they’re excited to host your next get-together this summer would be an understatement.
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