Hey Jess, what have Weanie Beans been up to?
Weanie Beans have been super busy in opening our own coffee shop, Heirloom, on the Beds and Bucks borders, a great cycling destination! Heirloom serves Weanie Beans coffee in all its forms, alongside homemade cakes and a seasonal menu.
Anything exciting coming up in 2017?
Of course =) We are building our blends and constantly on the hunt for new single origins to develop our collection of coffees.
Where else we taste your beans in London?
Pacific Social Club over in Hackney, an awesome cafe in the day and a homestyle Japanese restaurant at night. And Feast in Barnes, a cafe serving up the most delicious healthy food and Weanie Beans coffee and hot chocolate. Romeo Jones, cosy local cafe in Dulwich village. And many more restaurants through out London.
Big brekkie or late supper?
- Big brekkie
Espresso martini or coffee stout?
- Coffee stout (hard choice ;) )
Basketball hoops or big rims?
- Basketball hoops
Filter or espresso?
- Depends on the coffee!
Have in or takeaway?
- Have in
Michaela Strachan or Chris Packham?
- Chris Packham
The Guest Espressos
Flux @ Lmnh Kitchen
Flux has arrived! It's Weanie Beans' brand new espresso blend. Named after the changing blends of their various green coffees as they come into season. These Congo-an and Kenyan beans bring bright spiced notes and the Costa Rican soften it with caramel and malt.
45% Congo - Blue Mountain
45% Costa Rica
D.R. Congo @ 49 Old St
Respect D.R. Congo. This coffee has wonderfully complex flavour notes with spiced honeyed citrus and a smooth body.
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Farm: AMKA Co-op members, Minova district
Varietal: Blue Mountain
Masl: 1,700 - 2,000
Barista Chris tastes: Spiced tamarillo, blood orange and brown sugar with a bright acidity
We share details on our featured guest espresso (as and when it changes)... Roll down and try it today!
Look mum no hands! 49 Old Street, EC1V 9HX
MON - FRI 07:30 › 22:00
SAT 08:30 › 22:00
SUN 09:00 › 22:00