Coffee company is on track

Berwick-based coffee comnpany Luckie Beans has extended its reach across Scotland’s rail network.

Thursday, 21st February 2019, 07:09 am
Updated Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 10:11 am
Luckie Beans kiosk at Edinburgh Haymarket.

Already well-established at Glasgow Queen Street, it has now opened a kiosk at Edinburgh Haymarket.

Owner Jamie McLuckie said: “We’re proud to be offering our Great Taste Award Winning coffee to commuters at Haymarket Station.

“Going up against the chains is always tricky.

“Our point of difference is the super fresh roasted coffee and the care and dedication in extracting the espresso and texturing the milk.

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“All flat whites, lattes and cappuccinos are poured with latteart, and a skill that many coffee offerings do not provide.”

Last summer, Luckie Beans won a 1-star Great Taste award for the fantastic flavour of its Queen Street blend.

It is also now supplying more top restaurants, including Martin Wishart’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Edinburgh.

It is also among more than 100 coffee shops, cafés, roasters and trainers hand-picked for inclusion in the most recent edition of the Scottish Independent Coffee Guide.

Luckie Beans coffee is created in an 18th century roastery at its Love Lane premises in Berwick. Using 50 per cent less gas than other comparable roasters, it is also more environmentally friendly.

Ethically sourced, Luckie Beans roasts in small quantities enabling the attention to detail to be second to none

Berwick Advertiser readers can get 10% off any bag of coffee if they visit www.luckiebeans.co.uk and enter the discount code BA10.