Since 2021, Espressoul Café has been setting up shop in various areas around Tucson, dishing out its matcha lattes, smoothies, and unique coffee creations. Now, Eris Movahedi, owner and operator of Espressoul, is ready to party and commemorate her two-year anniversary.
From 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 18, head on down to Di Luna Candles + Goods at 3061 N. Campbell Ave. to give Movahedi and her Espressoul Café food truck a big shout-out.
Di Luna will be selling holiday-themed candles and Espressoul will have buy-one-get-one-half-off lattes. Plus, she’ll be serving a drink special for the anniversary — a Mocha + Ginger Bread Soft Top (vegan).
There are going to be other vendors selling their goods throughout the day and even a toy drive for the Noor Women’s Association. The foundation was created more than 10 years ago and assists refugees as they make their transition to the U.S. — with an emphasis on widows and single parents.
Espressoul is hosting the toy drive this year so bring along any packaged/unopened toys to Di Luna Candles from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. After the toys are donated, Mohavedi will then personally drop them off at the Noor Women’s Association — delivering a happier holiday season for those in need.
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