A partnership with Algerian food company Cevital will see Starbucks open its first Algerian store in Algiers. In JanuaryStarbucks and Tata CoffeeAsia's largest coffee plantation company, announced plans for a strategic alliance to bring Starbucks to India and also to source and roast coffee beans at Tata Coffee's Kodagu facility. In OctoberStarbucks opened another location in Beijing, China, at the Beijing Capital International Airport 's Terminal 3, international departures hall; making the company's th store in China.
In light of the quality of coffee we have here I thought it would be fitting to shed a little light on some of the best independent coffee shops we have. So here you have it — 10 London coffee shops you should know about.
Hopefully this will save you from having to drink Starbucks filter coffee in the future! As well as making some of the best espresso coffee in the city they also have a delicious selection of fresh seasonal food, perfect for a lunch break.
They serve both drink-in and take out coffee so you can enjoy it not matter how much of a rush you may be in.
The beans they use come from Square Mile who have a reputation as one of the best coffee roasting companies in the UK. They serve coffee made from the beans they source and roast themselves. The beans are for sale in all of their cafes if you love it so much you want to have their coffee at home as well.
Allpress Espresso Bar Allpress roast their own coffee beans which they source from sustainable, small coffee farms around the world. They secure continual relationships with their farmers and respective communities to ensure quality is maintained and the purchasing is mutually beneficial.
Because how else would one drink coffee in Shoreditch? It was inspired by Melbourne coffee shops where the founder spent some time living.
They now strive to be seen as a neighbourhood cafe that serves high quality coffee using the best coffee beans. The little cafe sits perfectly in the area and their coffee really is delicious, top that with delightful staff and you have yourselves a winner!
Workshop Coffee These guys now have for cafes in London so you have a choice of Clerkenwell, Fitzrovia, Holborn and Marylebone depending where you like to drink your coffee. Workshop have the most fantastic branding, simplistic yet memorable. However, their design is only topped by the coffee quality, with beans sourced from Kenya, Ethiopia and Colombia.
Their cafes provide a great work spot too for any of you freelancers out there. All in all, one of my favourite coffee bars in London. Not only do they serve great coffee but they also have a selection of delicious pastries, baguettes and cakes for you to enjoy alongside a latte. However, back to their coffee!
They serve coffee using beans that they roast in house, the beans are sourced from Ethiopia, Kenya and Brazil. Like most coffee shops you can get take out from them however I always choose to sit in as the cafe is so eclectic with wooden chairs pinned to the walls.Heart Coffee Roasters Kerns.
The popular Buckman/Kerns area has no shortage of coffee shops, but finding one that’s not overrun with laptop campers can be a challenge. Peet's Coffee. $5 flat rate shipping now available. Free ground shipping on orders $59 or more. Founded in in Los Angeles, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is one of the oldest coffee chains in the country.
With their signature Ice Blended Drinks made from coffee extracts and a wide variety of seasonal coffees, teas, and espresso drinks, when you order a drink at The Coffee Bean, you know you’re getting something of quality.
We rounded up the 50 best coffee shops in the country. See if your favorite made the cut!
What is it about the perfect cup of coffee that gets us out of our homes and into our favorite local coffee shop? Get the app Jump!
Coffee. Love great coffee, but not the wait? The Jump! Coffee app connects you to local independent and small-chain coffee shops to let you order and pay-ahead, so your order is waiting for you when you get there! We have so many incredible local cafes, I don’t know why anyone in NZ would choose a chain brand over local coffee shops.
I’m also a total coffee snob (think most NZers and Aussies are) where we lay claim to .