Ring in the weekend with one of these delicious tipples…
The world-famous coffee liqueur, Tia Maria, is celebrating UK Coffee Week this week until Sunday 25 October with some of London’s favourite cocktail bars including Homeboy, Chapter 72, Trailer Happiness, Megan’s and Laki Kane.
Tia Maria is offering a host of coffee-inspired cocktails for Londoners to enjoy in its chosen bars including the signature Tia Espresso Martini.
Bars will donate up to £1 from every cocktail to UK Coffee Week’s charity Project Waterfall, working to end the water crisis in our lifetime.
Cocktail lovers can enjoy an extra special Disaronno Velvet Espresso Martini at Chapter 72, Frozen Irish Coffee cocktail at Homeboy or European Breakfast cocktail at Heads + Tails with each bar creating a limited-edition Tia Maria cocktail available throughout UK Coffee Week.
During UK Coffee Week, consumers enjoying Tia Maria’s cocktails at one of its partner bars will have the chance to win a bespoke Tia Maria cocktail kit including a full bottle of Tia Maria, branded Espresso Martini glasses, equipment to create the ultimate home cocktail bar and samples of Tia Maria’s newest innovation – Tia Maria Cold Brew Iced Coffee Frappe.
For more information on Tia Maria’s signature cocktails please visit www.tiamaria.com.
UK Coffee Week is a week-long fundraising campaign that sees everyone in coffee come together to celebrate the drink whilst raising funds for community projects at its source.
Full list of bars:
Haven – https://www.haven-bistro.co.uk/pages/cocktail-bar-lounge
Megan’s – https://megans.co.uk/
Heads & Tails – https://www.headsandtails.bar/
Chapter 72 – https://www.chapter-72.com/
Trailer Happiness – http://trailerh.com/
Laki Kane – https://www.lakikane.com/
El Camion – http://elcamion.co.uk/
Homeboy – https://homeboybar.com/
About Tia Maria
Tia Maria dates back to the mid-17th century when a beautiful young Spanish aristocrat fled the turmoil colonial war brought to the island of Jamaica. Her maid saved one family treasure, a small jewellery box with black pearl earrings and an ancient manuscript with the recipe for a mysterious liqueur. The recipe was named after the courageous woman. Tia Maria was born.
The recipe lay dormant for many years before being rediscovered in the 1940s by Dr. Kenneth Leigh Evans, who began to produce and market it.
From this day forward Tia Maria has been a favourite for coffee liqueurs lovers the world over and it was even used in the very first Espresso Martini recipe over forty years ago.