La Colombe expands offerings at Philadelphia International Airport

Founded-in-Philly coffee phenomenon, La Colombe, has opened its fifth location at Philadelphia International Airport in the Pennsylvanian gateway’s Terminal F.

La Colombe’s rise to success began in 1994, when the coffee empire was started by Todd Carmichael and Jean Philippe Iberti in Philly’s Rittenhouse Square neighbourhood.

The once-local roastery has since expanded its brand and brewing territory far beyond the City of Brotherly Love. Today, La Colombe has reshaped the coffee landscape on a worldwide scale through its invention of the draft latte, a cold, creamy coffee infused with nitrogen.

“As we continue to introduce new and exciting concessions at PHL, we are particularly proud when an existing operator chooses to expand with us,” said Mel Hannah, vice president and general manager of MarketPlace PHL.

“La Colombe serves exceptionally rich-tasting coffee that embodies the spirit of Philadelphia’s coffee scene.”

From signature blends to handcrafted espresso beverages, La Colombe offers a diverse menu of java selections as well as pastries.

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