London Coffee Festival

2016-04-07 - 2016-04-10 All day
Old Truman Brewery
Brick Lane, London E1 6QL, Vereinigtes Königreich

LCF returns for another round of beautiful coffee indulgence

The London Coffee Festival is the UK’s largest event for coffee and artisan food. Expected the finest products and barista performances, live music and the ‘lab’ seminar programme that will educate you in coffee affairs, how to brew a proper cuppa at home, learn about new tastes and explore fashion, design and food in the Milk & Sugar area. After two industry days on April 7-8, the festival kicks off its public events on the evening of April 8 along with an ‘Espresso Martini Launch Party’ (8-10pm). On Sat 9  and Sun 10, tickets are available for three-hour sessions: brunch (10am-1pm), lunch (1-4pm) and tea (4-7pm).

If you’re not a coffee industrial, don’t worry. There will be a special public ‘Espresso Martini Launch’ kick-off party on the evening of April 8 from 8-10pm.

On Sat 9  and Sun 10, tickets are available for three-hour sessions: brunch (10am-1pm), lunch (1-4pm) and tea (4-7pm).

Keep an eye out for Rachel’s Organic Milk Bar, which will be running live latte art masterclasses. The Scandinavian Embassy’s pop-up restaurant is serving delicious food that I’m sure, Scandy-lovers won’t want to miss out on.


Some Facts:


There will be two industry days held on 07 April and 08 April from 10am- 5pm.


Friday 08 April

The event will  launch to the public from 5:00pm with the session running from 5pm-8pm and then an Espresso Martini Launch Party from 8pm-10pm(please note some festival zones will be closed during the launch party).

Saturday 09 April and Sunday 10April

Three sessions will be held per day over the weekend:

Brunch session

Lunch session

Teatime session

Regular: £14.50 adv, £20 on the door

10-16s:   £4.50 adv, £5.50 on the door 10-16s

free under 10s,

VIP tickets available, view ticket details on website:

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