This London Gallery Roasts Its Own Coffee In A Second World War Bunker

Robert Greene
By Robert Greene Last edited 7 months ago
This London Gallery Roasts Its Own Coffee In A Second World War Bunker

Tate not only houses one of Britain's largest art collections in its galleries, it also produces a whopping 22,000 kilos of coffee every year. Where? Inside a former second world war bunker in the historic grounds of Tate Britain. But where does all this coffee go? How do they roast it? What is their ethos? We spoke to Head of Tate Roastery, Thomas Haigh, to find out the story behind this most unusual setting.

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Last Updated 04 May 2018