A POPULAR Dorset brand has been making a name for itself across London.

Jimmy’s Iced Coffee, which is based in Christchurch, has been advertising its products on black cabs, phone boxes, double decker buses and at tube stations across the city featuring the slogan "go get some".

The expansion into the capital comes as the company relaunched its beverages with lower sugar content, Rainforest Alliance certified coffee and eye-catching new packaging designs.

The team at Jimmy’s also took to the streets to hand out free iced coffee to thirsty residents, commuters and tourists during the heatwave.

Jim Cregan, co-founder of Jimmy’s Iced Coffee, said: “We are buzzing to see our branding on transport across London. As a regional brand it’s exciting to see us branching out to the big city and making inroads with new consumers.

“The team have been out in full force providing the capital with a refreshing iced coffee and engaging with the public.

“We have been overwhelmed with the excitement and photos that have been sent in from people who have spotted Jimmy’s in various locations, it’s awesome to have such great support.”

Roadside adverts and branded buses can also be seen across Bournemouth, Brighton and Bristol.

Jimmy’s Iced Coffee was founded by brother and sister duo Jim and Suzie Cregan eight years ago.

The beverages can now be found in more than 4,000 stores nationwide.