A drinks vending machine will give all funds raised from its charity coffee the ‘IOMstory blend’ to the Manx Breast Cancer Support Group.

This charity funded the screening unit at Noble’s Hospital along with vital equipment for treatment. Every penny raised stays on the island to help improve treatment for breast cancer patients.

MannVend’s coffee experts created a blend of coffee beans which it says would work well for caterers with traditional espresso machines but also through workplace bean to cup machines.

Using Brazilian and Columbian beans they created a rich, smooth, full roasted blend with tasting notes of chocolate, berries and caramel.

Tracey Leahy, managing director of MannVend, said: ‘The concept of our charity coffee started in 2020 during the pandemic as a way that we could give back. Since then, we have supported The Henry Bloom Noble Trust and Hospice.

‘We are now pleased to be able to support the Manx Breast Cancer charity during 2024. They work tirelessly with their fundraising and have achieved incredible results.’

The fundraising campaign will continue from now until the end of 2024 when the total raised will be announced.