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Innovation at LCF

18 February 2016




Starbucks Teavana™

Launching ahead of stores in Europe for the very first time at LCF, will be the new range of tea from Starbucks Teavana™. Yes, you heard right…Starbucks is dunking itself into the world of tea (pun intended). Teavana™ is produced using the youngest, freshest leaves, grown in the world’s most fertile regions. And Starbucks mission? To create ‘a modern-day tea culture for a new generation, with the highest-quality, most innovative tea products and experiences.’ Head to Starbucks stand in the Hyde Park area of the festival to see for yourself.

Capsule Coffee

Witness a coffee revolution as Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood — the 2015 UK Barista Champion — launches the world's first range of specialty coffee machine pods. Maxwell's company Colonna, sources and roasts some of the world's greatest coffees, in addition to exploring the best ways to store, prepare and deliver them. How will the capsules fair? You'll have to wait to find out. 


Mr Black's Coffee Liqueur 

Created using a dark blend of pure Australian grain spirit and single origin speciality beans from Papua New Guinea, Brazil and Ethiopia, Mr Black is a big, bitter and inexcusably coffee flavoured liqueur. If you like coffee, drinking and having a good time (who doesn't) then you’ll love Mr Black. 


Mörk's Drinking Chocolate

Making their first UK appearance at this year’s festival, Australia's Mörk Chocolate specialise in making small batch dark drinking chocolate from pure cacao — especially for the specialty café scene. Mörk, simply meaning 'dark' in Swedish, sums up what they're all about — pure dark chocolate. We're one hundred per cent on board (see what we did there?)

Oatly's Oat Drinks

A great alternative to traditional cow's milk, Oatly's nutritious and sustainable liquid oat drinks are visiting us all the way from Sweden. Thanks to its taste and technical performance, Oatly milk has quickly become the go-to non-dairy milk of choice for Nordic baristas. Try it for yourself at The London Coffee Festival and see if you join the plant-based brigade.

The Canadiano

Designed and crafted in Toronto, by a team of architects and craftsmen with a passion to change your everyday coffee experience, the Canadiano is carved out of Cherry, Walnut, Ash and White Oak. A Canadian pour-over method of brewing coffee, each piece is paired with different beans and roasts from around the world. Pretty cool hey?


Just Bee Spring Water

With 10 per cent of Just Bee's profits going to charity Friends of the Honey Beethere's plenty of reason to try their honey infused spring water drinks. Available in three flavours: Blueberry, Apple & Ginger and Lemon & Green Tea, each has less than 50 calories and is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Oh, and Just Bee will even be handing out bee-friendly wild flower seeds to LCF visitors. We're buzzing with excitement. 


Daisy & Dam's Superfood Chocolate 

Co-founded by best friends Edward Smith & Richard Wilkinson, Daisy & Dam are on a mission to bring healthy indulgence back into our lives. Each of their chocolate bars is lovingly hand-crafted in the UK using the best quality, organic ingredients, ethically sourced from all over the world. Their chocolate is gluten-free, soya-free and jam-packed full of nature’s superfoods. Carefully combined with Dominican cacao, superfoods such as maca, spirulina and sprouted buckwheat are transformed to create a wonderfully indulgent treat with a unique taste and texture. Yum.

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