LONDON – The London Coffee Festival – UK’s largest coffee and artisan food event – returns as the Flagship Event for National Coffee Week on 3rd-6th April 2014 at the Old Truman Brewery in London.
With London fast becoming one of the world’s leading cities for quality coffee, this four-day festival is a chance to showcase the best of what London’s independent coffee scene has to offer.
When: Nov. 18, 2013 – When: 3rd – 6th April 2014
What: The London Coffee Festival – UK Coffee Week’s launch event
Who: Over 20,000 coffee, tea and food lovers
Where: Brick Lane, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR (entrance via 15 Hanbury Street)
The Cause: 50% of ticket sales donated to Project Waterfall, a charity that delivers clean water projects to coffee-producing countries
Ticket Price: Standard tickets: £11.50 online £14.50 on the door.
Public Session Times
Friday 04 April
- Evening session: 5pm-8pm
- Martini Launch Party: 8pm-10pm
Saturday 05 & Sunday 06 April
- Brunch session: 10am-1pm
- Lunch session: 1pm-4pm
- Teatimesession: 4pm-7pm
Expect gourmet coffee and food samples, demonstrations from world-class baristas, a comprehensive lab programme that will educate even the keenest of coffee lovers and acoustic live music across the four-day festival period.
Learn about the various different ways to make and brew coffee at home, taste mouth-watering signature and graze your way through the Artisan and Street Food Markets, The Tea Garden and Chocolate Factory.
This year The London Coffee Festival will also play host to all SCAE UK Coffee Events, including the prestigious UK Barista Championships 2014 and national Latte Art Competition.
The festival is the launch event of UK Coffee Week which takes place nationwide between 07 and 13 April and features fundraising events in aid of Project Waterfall, a charity that delivers clean water projects to coffee-producing countries