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A good cup of coffee should be as exciting as a quality blockbuster and as interesting as an art-house movie. That's why we sent a band of coffee aficionados from our staff to design our own blends.
Our current blends:
Whether your preference is a for a rich, delicious espresso, a sumptuous and luxurious cappuccino or something more flamboyant, we are confident that you will find our fairtrade, well-rounded blends a flavoursome delight.
Out of Africa
A lightly roasted blend of fair-trade Central American and East African coffees, making for a cup of intense plum-toned acidity balanced with toffee-like sweetness.
Now available at City Screen (York), Arts Picturehouse (Cambridge), Cinema City (Norwich), Clapham Picturehouse, The Cameo (Edinburgh), Regal Picturehouse (Henley-on-Thames), Harbour Lights Picturehouse (Southampton), Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse, Picturehouse at FACT (Liverpool), Phoenix Picturehouse (Oxford), The Gate (Notting Hill, London) and Stratford Picturehouse (London).
A lightly roasted blend of fair-trade coffees from Sumatra and Central America. Pronounced red-berry acidity is complemented by a light caramel sweetness in the finish.
Now available at The Ritzy (Brixton, London), Hackney Picturehouse, Greenwich Picturehouse, Duke's at Komedia (Brighton), the Duke of York's (Brighton) and Exeter Picturehouse.
From bean to screen, our coffees have been affectionately produced every step of the way. Our choice of fair trade right at the start of the process means that the growers receive a fair price for their crop, along with a social premium that is used to invest in their communities; and our trained baristas at the end of the process ensure that the coffee in your cup is the best it can be. We also small batch roast in our very own 30kg roaster (he's called Pedro!) and we manage our stock carefully with the aim of always delivering within six weeks of roasting to ensure that the coffee we sell is as fresh as can be. Why not try a brew next time you visit?