2 - 5 April 2020 |The Truman Brewery,Brick Lane.
  • The Roaster Village

The Roaster village

a coffee reunion for the ages. Need a pick-me-up? You’re spoilt for choice: all of the continent’s best roasters are right here. 

La Marzocco’s Roaster Village is back! But there’s a difference – it’s split over two floors, allowing even more of the Europe's finest roasters to take up residency and serve incredible unique coffees from LM’s Linea Mini machines.

Be sure to visit both the Roaster Village North and South to taste your way through all of them and pick up your favourite to take home to test your home baristas skills. 

The 2019 Line-Up





A Few Coffees You Will want To Get To Know 


Bastions of the London coffee scene, Caravan Coffee Roasters will wow this year’s festival-goers with four unique specialty coffees. One of the espressos is a special lot that’s been produced by a women’s co-op: the Colombian is a delicious brew with an indulgent milk chocolate sweetness. The dominant flavour notes are supported by a praline body and finished with notes of green apple, cinnamon and nutmeg.
The Origin Coffee Roaster’s team travels across continents and through time zones in search of incredible coffee. Up for a taste at LCF is the Burundi Benga, a washed red bourbon with notes of cherry, kiwi and caramel, featuring a medium, juicy body and clean, sweet finish. Also on the docket:  the newest in Origins’ Special Edition series, an exceptional natural Panama geisha from the Ruiz Families’ Berlina farm.
Inspired by their long-term relationship with Costa Rican farmer Carlos Arrieta, Hasbean is bringing his delicious red honey processed coffee - a special blend that’s sweet, sweet, sweet. Imagine melted milk chocolate, with extra white sugar poured in. It's also super clean and elegant, with a delicate raspberry rippling through.


LCF 2019 also welcomes Five Elephant, Berlin’s legendary coffee roastery with two outlets in the German capital, and they have some delicious brews for us in store. Think pulped natural filter roast from Brazil with raw cane sugar, rosehip and macadamia notes, or a washed red bourbon El Salvador espresso.

From a milk-chocolate-raisin-praline-noted natural Brazil Sitio Jacutinga, to a mad fruit bomb espresso that is the natural Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Konga - get ready to be wowed by Liverpools’ artisan roaster Neighbourhood Coffee.

First opening on Fleet Street in 2013 with the aim to redefine the café experience, Press Coffee now have shops across London. Try out the chocolate-y natural Brazil Cachoeira or washed Colombia Yancancuer espressos. More of a filter lover? Press Coffee has you covered with their natural Ethiopia Werka Uchuro - full of peach, bergamot, and black tea notes.

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