CIBOLO — Inspired by the whimsy of the “Harry Potter” book series about a young wizard, a husband and wife who are Air Force veterans have taken flight with a mobile coffee shop.

While Potter and company enjoyed butterbeer, these mortals serve a wide variety of java, teas and other drinks, plus ice cream.

Opened this summer, Kings Cross Coffee is owned by military retirees Steve Grever, a 20-year serviceman and former tech sergeant, and his wife, Christina, a senior airman of four years.

Sharing a “mutual love for coffee,” they want to satisfy the thirsty cravings of Cibolo, Schertz, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and other places — including Lackland Air Force Base Basic Training Reception Center — using their red trailer.

“After so many years of following my husband around, being active duty, deploying, (temporary duty yonder) and working overnight shifts … I wanted to do something together with him,” Christina Grever said.

For eight years, they’ve called Cibolo home.

“We knew we were going to retire here. We thought this was great to set up shop and serve our friends and neighbors.” — Steve Grever

The mobile coffee shop pours up to 300 drinks daily. Signature beverages include white chocolate mocha and cold brews.

Specialty teas relating to Pottermania include Molly’s Crimson Berry Tea, Dolores’ English Breakfast Tea, Sybil’s Peppermint Tea and Pomona’s Green Sencha Tea.

King’s Cross is the London railway station where students embark for Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, according to the books.

The Grevers’ rolling coffeehouse is available for weddings, private parties, company events and more.

Kings Cross Coffee

Mobile coffee shop based in Cibolo, travels area

For more, call 210-343-0114 or

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