Indy Coffee Guide September lowdown

Welcome to your September coffee bible; preaching this month’s speciality latest and filling your diary with the coolest caffeinated events

Speciality strikes again

We’re chuffed to hear that more of our members are spreading the speciality word with new openings this month. Train journeys from Glasgow are set to be 100% more delicious with Luckie Beans‘ new coffee bar at Queen Street Station and Brew & Bake in Cheltenham has launched a new pop-up at Aquavitae.

Tourists with coffee

Congrats to Wells’ Strangers with Coffee which has been included in the latest edition of the Lonely Planet Guide. With owner Ivan’s new geisha cold brew on our hit-list, we reckon someone in the LP office got a South West Coffee Guide for Christmas.

Martini o’clock

Manchester coffee lovers will want to schedule in a lie-in tomorrow as Federal Cafe & Bar is offering 2-4-1 on its seriously sexy espresso martini line-up. Try the classic, banoffee or mocha cocktail (or all three) between 4-8 on any weekday and get one free!

Cracking cold brew

Been hooked on the cold stuff this summer? Get 10% off Origin Coffee‘s brand new Nicaragua Los Altos cold brew from the acclaimed Mierisch family with promo code COLDBREW10 and enjoy the unique infusion at home.

Fancy a fika?

Treat yourself to a Scandi style coffee break next time you’re in Liverpool with Panna‘s new fika offering. Enjoy the Panna house blend with a slice of something naughty for just £5.50.

Speciality school

Want to get your head around home brewing or polish up your coffee tasting skills? Head over to Liberty Coffee‘s new website which has stacks of info on its training courses and a blog covering a range of speciality topics.

Grindsmith get Chop’d

Manchester’s Grindsmith will be keeping the city’s first Chop’d (click and collect salad bar) expertly caffeinated when it opens on Cross Street this month. Make sure to pick up a flat white with your made to order greens.

Pop-up project

It’s your last chance to visit Dear Green Coffee‘s cafe project at The Briggait on Glasgow’s Clyde Street this month. The pop-up coffee shop, serving brilliant brews and cracking cakes, is open Friday to Sunday and will be closing its doors on October 2.

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