Providing high quality coffee with your own selection of beans served with a smile has prevailed through the global economic downturn.
A few months ago during the beginning of COVID-19, Mount Isa's Coffee Lab store owner Guy Mears said his sales were down 15 percent and expected it to get worse.
Fortunately, his business has remained steady as the store owner begins to the light at the end of the COVID tunnel.
"We have been really lucky out here, although business is down more than usual we haven't been hit as hard as other places that's for sure," Mr Mears said.
"Our loyal customers have been great and have kept coming in. We cranked up our delivery service and a lot of people continued to get take away coffees so we are really thankful."
Mr Mears said his store has had to make some changes.
"Obviously being COVID safe is a new thing so we have reduced the seating size to ensure social distancing can take place," he said.
"We have no idea when things will be back to normal. It could happen tomorrow or there could be a break out and we go back into lockdown. We just remain grateful that we haven't been hit as hard as other businesses.
"The other good news is that we have managed to keep all of our staff on through this pandemic."
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