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Colombia AMACA by Girls Who Grind

To celebrate International Women's Day (and beyond) we're serving up Colombia AMACA by Girls Who Grind in the guest hopper at 49 Old St

Girls Who Grind is an all-female coffee roastery owned and run by Fi O'Brien and Casey LaLonde. An Aussie and an American, both now living in Frome, Somerset. GWG are an all female small batch coffee roastery, sourcing specialty coffee from female producers and those who work to support them.

"This coffee is for you. The female coffee farmers. The badass barista babes. The kickass coffee lovers."

Process: Washed
Location: El Tambo, Cauca
Altitude: 1750 masl
Coffee Variety: Hierloom 
Producer: All-female Amaca Cooperative 

"This is our 2nd year of supporting this gorgeous coffee produced by the amazing all-female AMACA Association, supporting their families through cultivating and producing coffee."

Sweet and Vibey, this coffee has all the feels. Lovely warming cocoa notes with a sweet maple and candied orange peel finish. Served as standard for all black coffees. We also have retail bags available to buy from 49 Old St. If you want to try Colombia AMACA, roll down to the cafe ASAP!

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49 Old Street, EC1V 9HX

Opening times:
MON - FRI 07:30 › 22:00
SAT 08:30 › 18:00
SUN 09:00 › 18:00

Cafe Run

In October we launched the new #caferun ride in collaboration with Strava and G!RO cafe. Giving all cyclists the chance to earn a limited edition World Champ coffee mug. We still have some left so if you haven't already get out on your bike to collect a remaining mug.

Velopresso

We've collaborated with Velopresso to provide Look mum no hands! bike powered coffee throughout the summer.