Spray paint from a Swiss coffee restaurant spray paint has been the most popular of the country’s brands in recent months, and has been a popular purchase among locals in the Swiss capital.
The Swiss National Coffee Company said it has purchased 2,000 bottles of paint, of which 1,500 have been used.
The company is selling the spray paint for €50 ($53) per bottle, which means that the price is about double that of other brands.
In fact, the price of a bottle of spray paint is now twice as much as it was when the store first began selling it in 2012.
The spray paint also features a new label on the bottle, saying that it is the Swiss brand’s first in Europe, which is also the company’s first international product.
The brand was founded in Switzerland by Philippe Levesque and his son, Jean-Pierre.
It has been in business since 2007 and has produced products in over 40 countries.
The two brothers are credited with inventing the concept of coffee spray paint.
“The spray paint was invented by our brothers, and it’s still the only one in the world that uses coffee to paint,” said Philippe Leveque, in a statement.
The coffee shop was founded by Philippe and Jean-Paul Levesques in 1982 and became a major business in Switzerland.
In the United States, it is known as J&P Coffee, and in Europe it is called J&PP.
In Germany, it has been sold under the brand name of J&S Coffee and in Belgium it is also called JPS.
In Switzerland, the brand is called Caffe Nero.
“It is a great company to be in,” said Leveques, adding that the brand has recently been adding products that feature the name of the company.
“We hope that in the future we will see a new generation of products with a lot of creativity and new ideas,” he added.
The first-time customers have shown up in droves at the coffee shop in the city of Zürich.
The customers say the coffee spray paints are a big hit with the people they serve, and that the new designs have also inspired the brand’s future coffee products.
The owner of the coffee store, whose name is not being revealed, told the German newspaper Bild he has seen a surge in business and that customers have been asking for the same thing for years.
“I think that the coffee was a big success,” he said.