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Coronavirus: The London coffee firms offering home delivery

The coronovirus lockdown has shut everything down – from morning work to pint after work. Odds are, it also disrupts your coffee routine.

London coffee expert Tim Ridley explains AM of the city Most takeaway locations have been closed because of the Cokeed-19 epidemic, but most of the capital’s hotspots have become ready for online shopping and delivery as homeworkers try and focus on their laptops.

Founder of Ridley – “Home brewing equipment is doing well too.” United baristas – tells us, as previously used for time-poor commuters to do housework, perhaps a slightly more relaxed rhythm.

So all is not lost: the coffee revolutionaries of London have moved quickly to ensure that you can still get everything you need for a touch of caffeinated luxury. Here is the crema of espresso (gedit) to get you started.

Solo

Having a cold brew slap-around from your local artisan coffee spot? Solo you have covered. Suppliers for M, Kiln and others have stepped into the breach to ensure that no one needs to do anything, hence the free delivery of their 3 liter fridge pack to consume. Turn the kettle on. Brew for 16 hours, single basic coffee from Minsool Cooperative in Brazil is sure to keep you suitably attentive at your makeshift desk.

Probably best to keep away from children, though, eh. They are already quite energetic. Solocoffee.co.uk

Monmouth

London’s Borough Market Branch Grande dame Still open for a few hours per day, but you can bet they are trading online, with a whole bean available on their website and a falcon of ground coffee. Shipping to the UK is £ 2.50, and the website warns of possible delays, so it’s best to stock up. monmouthcoffee.co.uk

Study with diligence

The new kid on the block said it was “incredibly difficult” to close the ever-growing range of stores, but their online delivery options offer plenty of options directly from their Shoreditch roastery. Nespresso capsule pods are filled with their favorite blends, which come in a refillable tin, and the letterbox-friendly delivery of freshly roasted coffee means you don’t have to be there when the postman arrives (though you will, Because you can’t leave the house, remember?). grind.co.uk

Perry blenders

Pity it, this East London outfit’s coffee is better than its name (and the beans don’t come with a weird brummy accent, either). If variety is the spice of your caffeinated life, Blinders Coffee Club may be for you – a separate bag of specialty coffee sent to your door for six months each month, currently discounted to £ 39. Bargain. perkyblenders.com

Sau House

Nestled in the hills of Shropshire, award-winning Hand House Coffee has built a reputation for consistently tasting coffee and a favorite among baristas. Roster Filters focuses on single-origin coffee for brewing and if you like their coffee they have a membership number, including a 3-month subscription for £ 25.50. If you order two bags, it’s free shipping now. hundredhousecoffee.com

Climpson & Sons

For example in the London coffee scene, Climpson & Sons has a busy roastery in London Fields. While his famous Broadway Market coffee shop is currently closed, Rostieri is busy sending orders. Try a sample pack that has four different coffees to discover the types of coffees you can enjoy from £ 30.00. climpsonandsons.comBIs lacking

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