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Win a pair of The Coffee House Project tickets

Published on July 25, 2019
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Bristol is iconic for its indie ethos and artsy vibe, so the city makes the perfect home for the South West’s biggest celebration of caffeine and creativity, The Coffee House Project

The Coffee House Project at The Passenger Shed

Taking over The Passenger Shed on September 7-8, The Coffee House Project will once again celebrate the South West’s thriving caffeine scene with a weekend of talks, workshops, competitions, events, tastings and more. And with a huge party on the Saturday night (kicking off with a Barista Vs Bartender showdown), coffee fans can kick back with an espresso martini until late.

As well as tasting their way around the festival, visitors will have the chance to brush up on their coffee knowledge thanks to the busy schedule of workshops and masterclasses. Aspiring latte artists can learn from UK champ Dhan Tamang, while budding home brewers can master the basics in hands-on workshops. They’ll also have the opportunity to watch some of the pros at work as the festival will host competitions from the Speciality Coffee Association across the weekend.

Fancy testing the limits of your caffeine threshold at The Coffee House Project this September? Enter our competition and you could be in with a chance of winning a pair of day tickets, plus a Independent Coffee Guide and Indy Cafe Cookbook so you can continue your adventures in coffee.

To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …

In which Bristol venue does The Coffee House Project take place?

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Terms and conditions

The prize A pair of day tickets to The Coffee House Project (Saturday or Sunday), plus an Indy Cafe Cookbook and Independent Coffee Guide.

Salt Media’s standard terms and conditions apply.

This competition closes for entries on August 31, 2019.