Farmer Boys has begun testing specialty coffee drinks at two Inland restaurants, according to a news release from the Riverside-based fast casual chain.
It is partnering with Gaviña Gourmet Coffee on Farmhouse Café, which it describes as hand-crafted hot and iced latte, mocha, Americano and cappucino. Torani syrups will be available to flavor the beverages.
Prices will range from $2.49-$3.49, according to a menu included in the news release.
Test locations include 12545 Limonite Ave., Eastvale, and 15991 Perris Blvd., Moreno Valley. Customers will be asked to take a survey about their coffee purchases.
Tests will run at least through March 19, according to the company.
Gaviña is known as a McDonald’s supplier.
It roasts its coffee at a 240,000-square foot plant in Vernon, south of Los Angeles, and gets its coffee beans from equatorial countries in Central and South America, Southeast Asia and East Africa, according to its website. Its brands include Don Francisco’s and Café La Llave.