Get lucky at Campos

Not that sorta 'lucky', silly - coffee lucky!

Campos has planted five 'lucky beans' on the bottom of branded cups at Campos stockists throughout Queensland and expects all beans to be in the public arena by mid June.

Business co-owners John Ronchi and Eugene Phua said the lucky beans could be found at any café brewing the brand’s famous coffee from Coffs Harbour to Noosa.

“Everyone knows of Campos’ popularity in Brisbane, thanks to being recognised by The News York Times, but our presence expands far beyond the walls of our flagship Wandoo St café,” Mr Phuai said.

“You don’t have to be in the CBD to enjoy a quality drop; our coffee is stocked in 50 coffee shops around rural, regional and metro South-East Queensland so you’re never too far from a Campos coffee.”

Regional wholesalers include Hard Coffee at Noosa, Stanthorpe’s Olga & Agnes, Refuelled at Wellington Point, Byron Fresh and Beach Stone at Coffs Harbour.

The five winners of the Lucky Bean Promotion will receive a year’s subscription to the Campos Coffee of The Month.

Campos Coffee exploded on the Queensland map in 2008 when New York Times journalist wrote that ‘A visit to Campos is worth the 22-hour flight from New York – not to mention a great way to kick the jet lag’.

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