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Sweetshop!

From day one we've served Square Mile Coffee at our cafe on 49 Old Street. Inspired by their experimental seasonal espresso "Sweetshop", we've collaborated to produce a limited edition sweet covered fruit packed cycling cap ONLY available in our coffee bundle.  

Square Mile Coffee is a multi-award winning coffee roasting company based in Hackney, East London. It was founded by two people with a collective 19 years of experience in the coffee industry, spanning from barista work, machinery support and coffee training to import, cupping and roasting and has grown to be a team of 20 talented coffee professionals, with a wealth of experience and passion for what they do.

The idea behind the Sweetshop blend is simple: combining sweet and characterful coffee to create a fun, wildly complex and fruit-driven espresso.

The experimental nature of Sweetshop means its components will change often; some blends may be around for a week, some for a couple of months. It will always be a crazy sweet, juicy and bright shot - a place where Square Mile can show the benefits of combining premium, single origin coffees, to create something greater than the sum of its parts. 

1/3 Juanachute
Country: Costa Rica
Region: Tarrazu
Process: Natural 

2/3 Worka Wuri
Country: Ethiopia
Region: Gedeo
Process: Washed 

The Cap had to match the coffee. It's a limited edition, Italian made beauty covered in beautiful fruits and a colourful selection of sweets. It featuring the Lmnh and Square Mile logos and "ENJOY" on the peak.     

Buy now!

Buy the "Sweetshop" Bundle with the cycling cap & 350g bag o' whole beans from 49 Old St. EC1V 9HX or online now: https://shop.lookmumnohands.com/products/sweet-shop-bundle-square-mile-lmnh-collaborative-cycling-cap-and-250g-coffee

Once they're gone they're gone! 

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Diversity In Cycling was conceived as a collaborative grass roots project to better understand the lack of black and Asian diversity in cycling and particularly in cycling clubs. The project grew through word of mouth, eventually attracting the attention of governing body British Cycling who helped distribute the report to its members and more broadly. We provided the launch event to a pack audience of cyclists of all backgrounds back in June 2019. Please Read, Share and Act on the Diversity in Cycling report.

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