Night owls catered for at Edinburgh coffee bar
Coffee culture is changing say Dave Law and Tom Hyde, founders of Scotland’s first ‘coffee bar’ – Brew Lab who are now opening their shop at nights changing the view that coffee is only for day time. Spotting a gap in the market, the Edinburgh duo are preparing to expand with a new late night speciality offering; that seeks to challenge coffee’s reputation as a ‘daytime-only’ pursuit.
From late April onwards, customers can now enjoy the Brew Lab experience after dusk, as well as I.J Mellis cheeses, filled doughnuts from Baba Budan and charcuterie from Leith-based East Coast Cured; who have chosen Brew Lab as their first stockist.
The addition of natural wines from Henri, local craft beers from Pilot and Scottish spirits from farm-to-bottle distiller, Arbikie, rounds off a considered evening drinks menu in an alternative late-night environment. I’m looking forward to trying out the Nitro Cold Brew Martinis and a carefully curated food menu are among the developments being rolled out in response to Edinburgh’s growing thirst for caffeine around the clock.
Co-founder Tom Hyde said:
“The creation and launch of our new late night offering demonstrates demand and the beginning of a change in Edinburgh’s coffee culture. So whether you start the day with a short black or end it with a Nitro Cold Brew Martini, we’re excited to be at the forefront; challenging the status quo of how and when coffee can be enjoyed.”
6-8 South College Street
Wednesday – Sunday: 18.00 – 21.00
Brew Lab http://www.brewlabcoffee.co.uk/
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