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a well known fact that Londoners love their coffee, but did you know that we love it to such extremes that the largest coffee festival on earth has had to double in size? Well now you do. The 2016 edition of the London Coffee Festival is set to be bigger and better than ever, with over 250 artisan coffee and food stalls showing off their wares…Rebel Kitchen, Brewed By Hand, Caravan Coffee Roasters, Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, need we go on?

The festivities kick off with DJ Yoda on the decks and coffee in the cocktails at the Espresso Martini Party, and as well as a whole host of roasts to sample, you can watch baristas battle it out in the Coffee Masters competition, learn the art of latte art, discover how to match chocolate and coffee with Hotel Chocolat, and even go on a three-course food and coffee pairing experience designed by the brains behind The Scandinavian Embassy restaurant. Yep, this is coffee worth getting up for.

Get tickets
Thurs 7th – Sun 10th April 2016
Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QR