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at London on the Inside, we don’t mind a bit of bump and grind. Coffee grind that is. So news that the London Coffee Festival is back for 2014 had us dancing in the streets.

If you were one of the 16,000 visitors to the festival last year, you’ll know that it’s not just about the brew. Along with the obvious coffee tastings and demonstrations, the four-day event boasts street food, coffee based-cocktails, live music, DJs and an art exhibition.


Never a festival to roast on it’s laurels, new features this year include a poetry café presented by Viennese speciality coffee roaster Julius Meinl, The Kahlua Coffee House and our fave- the M.I.L.K Battle in which baristas will go head-to-head to see who can create the most elaborate latte art.

Fight for your right to latte.

Get Tickets
Sat 3rd Apr – Tue 6th Apr
The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QR