To us, coffee is more than a daily caffeine fix. It’s a highly versatile, culinary product capable of an incredible range and depth of flavour. When treated with respect—from farm to cup—it’s outstanding.

We take care to serve exceptional coffee. Using specialty-grade beans from notable roasters, our skilled baristas practice precise brewing techniques to extract the best possible flavour. 

Filter Coffee

We think filter coffee is the best way to experience the unique taste, mouthfeel, and aroma of our single-origin coffees.

We prepare our filter coffee by hand on our brew bar using Kalita Wave pour-overs at our South College Street cafe. We test the filters precisely to ensure they bring out each coffee’s unique characteristics. For a true filter coffee experience, drink it black and notice how the flavours develop as it cools.

Our filter menu changes frequently and showcases coffees from top speciality roasters in the UK and Europe, including: Has Bean Coffee, Workshop Coffee, Square Mile Coffee, The Barn Berlin and Drop Coffee.


Our meticulous approach to espresso—made on our Victoria Arduino VA388 Black Eagle espresso machine—ensures each drink we prepare is of the highest quality. From sourcing to serving, every step is considered and measured.

We work with Has Bean Coffee, one of the UK's top speciality roasters, for all our espresso. Founded by Steve Leighton, Has Bean is dedicated to working directly with the farmers that grow the coffee they roast and we brew. Steve travels extensively over Africa, Central America and South America to source speciality-grade, green coffee. He’s built up lasting and trusting relationships with farmers in countries including Bolivia, Nicaragua, Brazil and Guatemala.

We offer two contrasting single origin espressos from Has Bean that change seasonally. One espresso will be chosen to work exceptionally well in milk - we look for coffees that will stand out and challenge perceptions of what a flat white or latte should taste like. The second espresso will be chosen to excel as a straight espresso, or long black.