Visit participating coffee shops to enter the competition
We came across Minor Figures coffee down in Wales. They are a (www.minorfigures.com) is a coffee company based in London and to support World Plant Milk Day this year, Minor Figures are running a three-week-long global competition with 108 of their favourite coffee shops. ln order to take part in the competition, all you have to do is order a plant-based coffee in one of the elected coffee shops. You will then be given a loyalty card which the coffee shop will stamp.
What’s the prize?
Minor Figures will be rewarding this year’s top plant-based players with the official 2019 Plant M*lk CC jersey. To be in with a chance of winning, participants just need to visit all the elected cafés in their city. Minor Figures are only making 200 jerseys, so entrants must act hastily.
Alongside the main event, Minor Figures are running a side tournament between the participating cities. The city with the most completed cards (tracked via shares on social media) will win a pallet of Minor Figures Oat M*lk to share between the participating cafés. In the UK, Brighton, Glasgow and London will be taking part; with the capital’s The Hoarder, Visions Canteen, Palm Greens, Pophams Bakery Hackney, Lanark Coffee and Pavilion getting involved. In Glasgow KAF, Black Pine, Good Coffee Cartel, SNKR Café, It all Started Here and Toro Coffee all getting involved.
Designed for, and developed by, baristas, the final product brings together this experience and expertise; it doesn’t split your coffee, tastes invitingly creamy and is the ideal partner to your espresso shot.
The city with the most completed cards (tracked via shares on social media) will win a pallet of Minor Figures Oat M*lk to share between the participating cafés.
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