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Brick Lane may be more famous for curries than coffee, but between the 6th and 9th of April, the unmistakeable Truman Brewery will be opening its door to coffee lovers around the world for the annual 2017 London Coffee Festival.

Last year, LCF saw more than 30,000 coffee lovers and industry professionals immerse themselves in the taste, culture and smell of coffee. With over 250 exhibitors partaking in live latte art demonstrations, tasting sessions and coffee masterclasses it is without a doubt an unmissable date in any coffee fanatic’s calendar.

This year we are thrilled to be on Slayer’s stand at LCF as the only UK importers of these revolutionary machines. We will be showcasing both our Slayer Espresso and Slayer Steam and will have our top barista’s on hand all day to give you all the information you need to know on how to use these innovative machines to the best of their ability.

Whilst coffee may be top of the agenda, LCF has so much more to offer with lots of gourmet street food stands, interactive workshops and live music. The Coffee Art project will also be showcasing emerging artist’s work alongside performances from The Coffee Music Project; a high profile competition that showcases emerging young musicians who share a passion for coffee.

Visitors will also gain access to Milk & Thistle; the fashion and design sector of the LCF which showcases up and coming fashion labels, designer and contemporary artists who celebrate the subcultures surrounding the London coffee scene.

Two industry days will be held on 6 April and & April from 10am – 5pm and from Friday at 4pm the event opens to the public with an Espresso Martini Launch Party from 8pm – 10pm.

You will be able to find us on the Slayer stand from 10am on Thursday right through ‘til 8pm on Sunday. Pop along to experience an espresso that has had a lifetime of work put into making it exceptional.