6th Jul, 2022

Ethical coffee chain to open new branch in Leamington

ESQUIRES Coffee will be the latest addition to Leamington’s growing legion of coffee shops.

The ethical global chain has signed a 19-year lease on a ground floor unit in Warwick Street, the former home to the Co-op store – creating nine jobs.

The Leamington branch will officially open for takeaway on Saturday December 12 offering 50% discount on all freshly-made drinks and food.

The chain – which was founded in Canada in the 90s – is now in more than 60 locations across the UK and Ireland – including at Coventry and Stratford.

Their Leamington coffee house will initially provide a takeaway service, before eventually offering a dine-in service once government guidelines allow.

Owner Martin Brown said: “Leamington is a forward-looking and exciting town, whose residents are increasingly looking for both an ethical and fresh offering.

“We look forward to bringing excellent and consistent quality, with a unique menu that will delight customers of all ages and tastes.”

Leamington’s town centre has a host of coffee shops from independently-run businesses to big names including Starbucks and Costa.

In 2018, coffee chain Second Cup shut up shop after a brief stint in the town.

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