Caravan Restaurant, Bar &Restaurant

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Caravan is a must for the coffee connoisseur – they roast their own coffee beans for a unique taste sensation of freshness. For your delectation a steaming cup of coffee, from cellar to your table, in just minutes. Their roasteries are located in the basement of their two primary sites in London; small batches of beans are roasted daily on roasters using beans sourced from around the world. Green coffee beans come from single farms and estates in the specialty coffee market and their focus is on quality, provenance, sustainability, freshness and fair relationships with the grower. Caravan constantly develops their seasonal espresso blends and single origin offers in line with the best crops from each season. Coffee beans are truly respected and much time goes into developing the roast profile to ensure the best flavor characteristics are brought out for the discerning client.

This was the finest cup of coffee I have set to my lips as long as I can remember is a quotation from the London Review of Breakfasts. One example of their delicious coffees is Caravan Decaf Espresso which comes from the Finca el Bosque in Guatemala. Finca el Bosque is a well-established and respected farm which has been run by the Flores family since the early 1930s and is a healthy fourteen acres. Because of international love for coffee and sustained growth in world-wide trading, the Finca has recently been able to build a processing facility on site that means the coffee no longer needs to be transported as a cherry to offsite washing; it can be done on onsite furthering the provenance of such a coffee for our pleasure. Caravan can be found at 1-13 Exmouth Market, London, EC1R 4QD

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