The way we see it, coffee is pretty special.
It takes a lot of people and a lot of care to get it right
– farmers, pickers, buyers, and roasters all putting in the hours. We know that we’re the last step in a long line of hard-working, passionate people. It’s why we think we owe it to them to get it right. To serve the best coffee we can.
You probably already know what Kofra is all about.
We’ve been around for over 3 years doing pretty much what we want.
Coffee was the starting point, but we are getting more and more excited about other sources of flavour… and the Upper St Giles street party at the Lanes Fayre is a chance to finally showcase all of that on the other side of the bridge.
As we approach the first month since Kofra landed at SCVA I think it is now a good time to write a few thoughts that have been in my head since the opening.
I am incredibly proud and honoured to be able to have a small space to make delicious coffees at the most high profile space in the county. That is an amazing achievement and it bares great responsibility to live up to the expectation to deliver world class coffee.
We’re passionate about bringing you the best. So when we had the chance to collaborate with the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts, one of the most important public university art museums in the UK, we knew this was a match made in heaven.