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Coffee Aroma

24 Guildhall Street, Lincoln, United Kingdom
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"Best 10 Coffee Shops in the UK" - The Guardian Newspaper"2nd place in top 10 list of best coffee shops in the UK for 2010" - Cosycoffeeshops.co.uk"50 Best Coffee Shops in the UK" - The Independent NewspaperTwitter us! @coffee_aroma

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Check out the Coffee Aroma Christmas Wreath at St. Mary Magdalen Church, Bailgate Lincoln.

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New sandwiches on crispy spanish bread baked on site everyday. Made to order with Italian prosciutto crudo, spanish chorizo, french brie and lincolnshire cotehill blue all ganished with cherry tomatoes, radish, watercress and french dressing.

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Tonight is Curry Night - no cooking required!!!

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Enjoy an evening of blue grass and European style café culture at Coffee Aroma this Saturday night. The fabulously talented Calligraphy Club will be entertaining you with deep south tunes from 8pm. Sit back and sip one of our very special cocktails or enjoy of bottle of wine with our Italian meat and Lincolnshire cheese sharing platters. + Two bottles of Estrella for £5 all weekend.

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playing now at Coffee Aroma

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New Filter Coffee from Thailand is part of an opium replacement program instituted by the Thai King - DOI SAKET NATURAL TYPICA now available at Coffee Aroma. Doi Saket is the oldest coffee growing area in Thailand, located in Chiang Mai province. Back in the late 1970s, the first Arabica trees were tested there as part of the opium replacement program instituted by the Thai King. Those trees have never been replaced by higher-yield cultivars, like in many other regions. As a result, heirloom varietals, particularly Typica, are still commonplace in many old farms. The coffee trees are 30–40 years old – older than the farmers! This lot was intended to demonstrate to the farmers that there are people out there who appreciate and are willing to pay more for the heirloom cultivar to compensate for the lower yield. Typica is now rare because farmers replaced it with higher yielding plant stock and strands that are more rust resistant. The region grows coffee from 1,000–1,500 m.a.s.l., but we only work with smallholders whose farms sit above 1,300 m.a.s.l. and have almost all Typica plants. This is a super small lot – just two bags, in fact. Thai coffee is rare in the first place, but Thai Typica is super rare. This natural is the rarest of the rare coffees!

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Caffeine & Free Comedy tonight at Coffee Aroma from 7:30pm

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Laugh your socks off to three amzing comedians all for free at Coffee Aroma. Headliner - Jay Islaam is a multi award-winning comedian and broadcaster from Birmingham who has won accolades and plaudits from within the comedy industry and the media. Currently performing at comedy clubs across the UK. Host of the Comedy Cannon radio shows and podcast. Support act - Dave Smith + the angry Scotsman Opening act - Lois Mills MC Colin Hayward

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No need to cook - It's the famous Coffee Aroma Curry Night - Tonight at 7pm

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Enjoy an evening of blue grass and European style café culture at Coffee Aroma this Saturday night. The fabulously talented Calligraphy Club will be entertaining you with deep south tunes from 8pm. Sit back and sip one of our very special cocktails or enjoy of bottle of wine with our Italian meat and Lincolnshire cheese sharing platters. + Two bottles of Estrella for £5 all weekend.

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The famous monthly curry night at Coffee Aroma - not to be missed if you love your curry. Orders taken 7pm - 7:30pm Eat around 8:45pm

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