Pact Coffee Creations: Tube Roundel

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Pact Coffee Creations: Tube Roundel

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Pact Coffee.


The folks over at London start-up Pact are back with their final installation of London-themed coffee creations. We've had Big Ben, The Gherkin, London Eye, The Shard and St Paul's Cathedral (all viewable above). And, in true Londonist fashion, we're ending on a rather geeky theme: transport.

Pact aims to get people across the UK drinking better coffee by delivering it to their door. Their world-class beans are sourced from dedicated and passionate farmers and hand-roasted in Wimbledon. Pact taste their coffee every day and only let it leave their base in Bermondsey when it’s just right, always within seven days of roasting. Want it ground? It’ll be done at the last minute for extra freshness.

Tell them what flavours you like and your preferred method of brewing, and a 250g letterbox-friendly package of coffee will 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.

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).

Keep up to date with Pact Coffee via their website, Twitter feed and Facebook page.

Last Updated 24 February 2014