The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf FDD – Franchise Information, Costs and Fees
Type of Business
You will develop one or more “The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf” Stores or Kiosks featuring premium coffee beverages, espresso drinks, premium teas, roasted coffee beans and blends, prepackaged coffees, prepackaged teas, baked goods, snacks and other food items and products, which may include but are not limited to coffee making equipment, cups, hats, t-shirts, miscellaneous branded items and other novelty items.
Super Magnificent Coffee Company Ireland Limited was organized in Ireland on August 22, 2019. They do business under their corporate name, and the names “The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf”. Their principal business address in the United States is 1800 Vine Street, Los Angeles, California, 90028 and their registered address is Gray Office Park, Headford Road, Galway, Ireland. They have offered “The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf” franchises in certain jurisdictions within the United States of America and internationally since 2019.
The total investment necessary to begin operation of a single “The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf” store is $359,500 to $785,500 (including $55,500 to $132,000 which must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliates) for a full service store and $192,250 to $425,500 (including $52,500 to $81,000 which must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliates) for a Kiosk. This includes your initial franchise fee ($15,000 for a Kiosk, and either $12,500 or $25,000 for a full service Store). The total investment for an Area Development Agreement is the sum of (i) $12,500 multiplied by the number of stores that you must open within the initial term of your Area Development Agreement (this amount does not include the costs to construct and open each of your “The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf” Stores), plus (ii) reimburse the franchisor for their legal, accounting and other professional fees to the extent they exceed $10,000 to negotiate and sign the Area Development Agreement (including any exhibits, addenda or attachments), provided that the reimbursement will not exceed $25,000.