This is a sponsored article on behalf of Pact Coffee.
Pact Coffee Creations: Big Ben, London Eye, The Shard
The folks over at London start-up Pact are doing some great things with coffee, and we're not just talking about transforming it into London landmarks (we love the coffee bean London Eye pods).
Their aim is to send delicious, fresh coffee out to cuppa Joe lovers across the UK. Their produce may come from around the world but they're a London company — the beans are hand-roasted in Wimbledon before being packaged at their base in Bermondsey, according to your specifications.
Tell them what flavours you like (perhaps something creamy from Brazil, or a fruity blend from Costa Rica?), your preferred method of coffee brewing (cafetiere, aeropress, stovetop?), and they'll send a 250g letterbox-friendly package right out to you, whole bean or ground, to arrive at your home the next day.
If you have any questions, their customer service team are happy to help, and you can manage your subscription so you're neither getting too many nor too few deliveries. They also operate a no-quibble money back guarantee with every bag so if it's not to your taste, you're not out of pocket.
Give it a try. Pact Coffee are offering Londonist readers their first 250g bag of fresh, hand-roasted coffee, for just £1 (that includes P&P too). To redeem the offer use the exclusive code 'londonist14' and you will be sipping that fresh coffee by this time tomorrow.
We'll be back next week with more Pact Coffee Creations. Want to see a London landmark created out of coffee? Give us your suggestions in the comments. We're thinking ... Buckingham Palace? A London Underground carriage? Boris Johnson?
Offer terms and conditions: Offer available once to new customers only. Maximum of one coupon code can be redeemed per household. Valid card details and £1 payment required. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full price bags are £6.95 but their service is flexible - buy from them regularly or only when you want more coffee. UK addresses only (including Channel Islands).
Last Updated 10 February 2014