Mother’s Day

We have a lot to thank our Mothers for, aside from the obvious, so we thought giving a little insight into some special things we’re going to give and do this coming Mother’s Day.

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Flowers are always a good start and we think Bloom & Wildwho offer a flower delivery through your mail slot, have a great range and you can’t really complain about that – service of flowers through the mail slot, with a personalised note! Have a browse of their range, especially the selection of things they’ve chosen for Mother’s Day.

Chocolate, another go-to for Mum’s special day. We have been lucky in the past to work with Cocoa Runners and really think their sourcing of unique, delicious and ethical chocolate is brilliant. We are still able to offer a discount code of JH10 to receive 10% at checkout for a limited time!

Wine is always a safe bet, in any scenario. The increase in popularity of natural and biodynamic wines has been great, with more and more exciting wine and growing regions being showcased all the time, much like coffee! Our friends at Noble Fine Liquor have a great selection to choose from, but better still they have tasting evenings on Wednesdays, which I’m sure Mum would love to come along to.

And how could we forget coffee, the best way a Mother’s Day can start out! We are throughly enjoying our latest release, the Matambo, which was our first purchase from Colombia this year. We find this coffee from the Huila department in Colombia delightful, interesting as well as just plan delicious. Brewing with the French Press is always an easy option, as they can usually be found in most parents cupboards. In case you find yourself visiting over the weekend then this guide should be a help to get the most out of your French Press brew.

Enjoy the day with all the Mothers out there next Sunday!

Marty Latham

Marty Latham

Marty Latham has been working in the London coffee industry since 2010. Having previously worked in design, he is now responsible for the retail and creative sides of Square Mile, usually on the other side of the camera.

Marty Latham

Marty Latham

Marty Latham has been working in the London coffee industry since 2010. Having previously worked in design, he is now responsible for the retail and creative sides of Square Mile, usually on the other side of the camera.