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Fans of Cask & Larder and Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co. can now have their breakfast cake and favorite coffee, too, when traveling through Orlando International Airport (MCO). The two premium brands adored by Central Florida foodies have teamed up at Cask & Larder’s Terminal 2 location, where Barnie’s drip and cold brew coffees are now for sale by the cup.

Travelers can also purchase 10-ounce bags of Barnie’s flavored ground roasts in Cask & Larder’s retail pantry to gift or brew back home upon arriving to their final destination. Flavors include Cool Café Blues®, Creamy Buttery Caramel, Barnie’s Café Blend® and the wildly popular Santa’s White Christmas®.

Cask & Larder at OIA is a concept of Master ConcessionAir (MCA). The company is committed to tapping into the latest trends to deliver unique brands and experiences to travelers in transit. Cask & Larder does just that with a “farm-to-terminal” experience, offering Southern-inspired fare with fresh, seasonal menus and ingredients, created by James Beard nominated chefs. Cask & Larder has twice been named to USA Today’s 10Best list of the best airport dining experiences in the country.

“At Master ConcessionAir, we are dedicated to bringing a taste of the destination itself to the airports we work in. That’s what Cask & Larder is all about,” said Jeffrey Schleger, general manager at Cask & Larder. “When the opportunity to partner with Barnie’s Coffee, another beloved Orlando brand, came up, it seemed like a perfect match. We’re proud to offer Barnie’s Coffee to traveling guests at three of our Orlando locations.”

In addition to Cask & Larder, Barnie’s Coffee is available at two other MCA locations, FarmAir’s Market Gate 103 and Gate 123.

Said Barnie’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Scott Uguccioni, “Barnie’s has a rich 40-year history in Central Florida and, like Cask & Larder, is deeply rooted in the community. Joined by MCA, this partnership of well-respected operators is an ideal alignment for our brand; one that furthers our wholesale initiative and advances our mission to bring our delectable, delicious blends to coffee lovers everywhere.”

Cask & Larder and MCA join a growing list of Barnie’s licensed cafes and wholesale coffee operations in partnership with colleges, museums and offices in Central Florida and throughout the southeast, including at Rollins College, Orlando Science Center, Seminole County Schools and EA Tiburon.

Cask & Larder’s Terminal 2 location operates 365 days of the year, from 5 a.m. until the last flight of the day.

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