Il Caccia Caffé is a Mobile Espresso Bar and Coffee Roasting Company founded by an Australian ex Naval Aviator, Tony Oxlade (Callsign Woody.) The branding and the company name are both near and dear to Tony's heart and are a true reflection of his vision for the company. We are proud to be able to support our Veterans and their families and give a percentage of all profits to the various Veterans organizations we partner with. Il Caccia Caffé is Italian for The Fighter's Coffee paired with their slogan We Continue to Serve.
In 2014 Tony relocated to the United States when he married Missy, a born and bred Orange County, California girl. After many years growing coffee internationally, Tony quickly recognized the need for quality coffee in America. Driven by his passion for those who have served their country and bringing superior quality coffee products in a convenient mobile café, Tony came up with the idea of Il Caccia Caffé. Tony wanted to start a business in his new country of residence but also give back to his fellow Brothers and Sisters who have served and continue to serve.
Il Caccia Caffé is a Veteran owned and operated company that offers premium, small batch, and roast to order coffee. We import the finest beans from Papua New Guinea, Sumatra, Guatemala, and Brazil. We roast our coffee daily using these aromatic beans to personally blend and roast each batch to ship directly to you.
Il Caccia Caffé is proud to be working with organizations such as The Marine Raiders, The USO, and Camp Pendleton, to offer franchise opportunities to our Veterans.
To roast, brew, and serve superior authentic Italian style coffee.
To provide custom espresso drinks from a mobile cafe at the workplace and weekend events.
To give back to our Veterans and community by providing employment and business opportunities.
Our vision at Il Caccia Caffé is to serve our community by providing the highest quality coffee products whilst empowering our Veterans, and other community members, to lead high quality lives with the respect and dignity they deserve, and of which they can be proud.
Finding the best coffee is a family affair....sampling Turkish Coffee in Istanbul
Tony enjoying an Italian espresso in Sicily.
Espresso in the morning, Gelato in the afternoon!