La Marzocco is joining The London Coffee Festival (6-9 April), where the company will be celebrating its 90th Anniversary at a more spacious booth [#S02 & #S014] as well as presenting: an evocative pop-up 1920s installation featuring the Fiorenza machine, the True Artisan Café and additional signature zones such as the La Marzocco Kitchen and the La Marzocco Roasters Village. On this occasion, La Marzocco will be showcasing more roasters and café brands through its specialty espresso equipment as well as introducing, for the very first time in the UK, the latest addition to the Strada AV model: Auto Brew Ratio technology. To share the celebration of its ninety years with the coffee community, La Marzocco is launching a 90th Anniversary Party on Saturday, April 8 (from 6.30pm to 11pm), at Juju’s Bar and Stage: 15 Hanbury Street, E1 6QR.
The Roasters Village
This year, the 2-floor area will display a vast range of local roasters who will be serving quality coffees from the Linea Mini: Origin Coffee Roasters, North Star, Butterworth & Son, Horsham Coffee Roasters, Small Batch Coffee Roasters, The Roasters Shed, Volcano, Clifton Coffee Roasters, Outpost, Beanberry, St Martins, Crankhouse and Curve Coffee Roasters.
La Marzocco Kitchen
This conceptual area, featuring La Marzocco Home espresso machines, will see the involvement of London School of Coffee, Coffee Culture, Climpsons & Sons and Onda Coffee Services to curate the coffee experience, bring innovative coffee brewing approaches, share a variety of flavour profiles and extraction techniques.
La Marzocco is happy to be co-launching a variety of foodie surprises at the London Coffee Festival’s Secret Garden, hidden behind The Old Truman Brewery. At this green, alternative space, visitors will be invited to experience quality cocktails (in association with Grey Goose Vodka) alongside the La Marzocco Linea Classic BBQ.