The popular London Coffee Festival is returning to the capital city this year.
Running from April 3rd to April 6th, the event will take place at the Old Truman Brewery and is a must for fans of the beverage.
It is expected more than 20,000 will head to the festival to enjoy all types of coffee served by professionally trained baristas. Over 250 different artisan coffee producers will be represented at the event and you can guarantee there will be plenty of chances during the festival to sample the various brands on offer.
As well as tasting sessions, there will be a number of workshops on the best ways to serve and drink coffee, as well as tips from businesses and coffee addicts on achieving that perfect cup.
Jeremy Torz, co-owner of Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, one of the exhibitors at the event, explained: "The London Coffee Festival is a great environment for people to come and find out more about coffee and we want to give visitors a point of difference and a learning opportunity.
"We are again roasting coffee live to demonstrate the roasting process and show how much of an artisan skill it really is."
One of the festival's most popular attractions will be the Milk & Sugar feature. Running for the first time, it will showcase some of London's top brands from the world of design, fashion and food.
Tickets for the London Coffee Festival cost £11.50 in advance or £14.50 at the door and include entry to tastings, talks and workshops.
The Old Truman Brewery is well placed for those enjoying fab London hotel deals. The nearest London Underground station is Liverpool Street, which is on the Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, as well as the mainline rail network.
In addition, there are a number of other great attractions in the area, including the world-famous Brick Lane, which is known for its fab curry houses, art galleries and bric-a-brac markets.