Liverpool, although not the largest city in the North, is historically a very important one. In 1207 King John’s letter patent founded the borough of Liverpool but by the 1600 century its population was still very small at around 500.
There was slow progress made in the 17th century with both trade and population growth due to the English Civil War and in 1644 an Act of Parliament made it a parish, the same year as the first slave ship sailed for Africa. Substantial profits made in the slave trade helped Liverpool to prosper and grow even although several prominent Liverpool locals were in the forefront of the abolitionist movement.
The 19th Century saw Liverpool playing a major role in the Antarctic Sealing industry which is shown by the fact that Liverpool Beach in the Shetlands is named after the city. By the early 19th century Liverpool grew tremendously due to the large volume of trade the construction of major buildings and also the first intercity rail link which was formed with Manchester. The mid 1800’s saw an influx of immigrants from Ireland escaping the famine and by 1851 25% of Liverpool’s population was Irish born. The rest of the century continued with immigrants from all over Europe diverging on the city.
The 20th Century bloomed with suburban housing estates expanding the population even more, however recognised as the second city during world war 2 Liverpool was heavily bombed and suffered considerable damage. The building continued at the end of the war with more new housing estates and inner city areas being redeveloped.
Many changes and improvements continued and then in the 60’s the Beatles catapulted the city into the eyes of the world. Along with the many first Liverpool has to its name some of which are, The first school of Tropical Medicine, The first School for the Blind, The first Lifeboat Station, The first integrated sewer system and the first commercial railway it is now in the 21st century a major player in commerce, industry and tourism.
A City of this importance brings in many visitors for whatever reason and to cater for local and visiting people the city has many food and drink and entertainment outlets. Suppliers of Liverpool Coffee Machines are part of a large group of companies required to service the needs of this part of the economy. Places like Liverpool 1, Albert Dock and Knowsley Safari Park are instrumental in bringing tourists into the area and have large catering concerns all of which need the help of Liverpool Coffee Machines suppliers to ensure they have the correct equipment to serve the customer base they are catering for.
The commercial areas also need suppliers of Liverpool Coffee Machines to be able to give them access to vending and bean to cup coffee machines as opposed to the catering venues which require the Espresso versions. Good advice and reliable machinery is what everyone wants and if the suppliers of Liverpool Coffee Machines are not able to produce either of these they will not flourish.
Cool Beans Coffee UK is one of the companies who are in the forefront of the Liverpool Coffee Machines supply business. Whether it be a Rancilio, La Spaziale, Darenth, WMF, Jura, Expobar or a La Marzocca Cool Beans can supply it, among many others. Machines are not the only thing customers expect the suppliers of Liverpool Coffee Machines to be able to find. Most want a start up package with all the equipment required for making and serving this beverage. Cool Beans can offer this, as well as its own special brand of Caffe Bramano blends, supplied in private label packaging if required. Blend matching to suit your palate or a particular coffee you like or simply blending a special coffee just for you. As one of the main Liverpool Coffee Machine suppliers, Cool Beans Coffee UK is ready and willing to help and advise on all your coffee related needs.