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Links / Our Roasters

by Alessia Di Capua March 16, 2016

Hoxton North has championed our London-inspired space since we opened in 2013. An integral part of what we do day-to-day is played by our roasters in the big smoke. Below, is just a few of the fellow coffee obsessives that allow us to connect and share stories with our customers on a daily basis.

To do list:

Check them out online.

Then pop into our humble Edwardian lock-up to sample the goods!

 

/ Assembly: a beautifully branded roasting company that work closely with the owners and operates of independent haunts.

/ Vagabond: one of our newer roasters - a home for coffee made with love and passion. We particularly enjoyed using the Guji Lyia!

/ Allpress Espresso: Established in New Zealand in 1986, these guys know their coffee!

/ Caravan: Their King's Cross site is housed by a Grade 2 listed Victorian Grain store, they hold a adoration for good coffee much like us!

/ Nude Espresso: With us from the start, Nude scour the world, hand selecting the ripest green beans for their roastery.

/ Workshop Coffee: A recent branding revamp has made one of our most frequently used roasters even more magnificent!





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