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Words cannot espresso how much we love coffee!

Words cannot espresso how much we love coffee!

Words cannot espresso how much we love coffee! 2000 1333 The Editor

We cannot start our day without a cup of coffee… I mean who can? This week is quite possibly one of our favourites, it’s UK coffee week. We’re showing our appreciation of this glorious drink by letting you know where you can pick up a cuppa on our beautiful Island home.

Island Roasted / Caffe Isola

Roasting Freshly brewed coffee, you can pick up a bag of Island Roasted from many local shops across the Island to enjoy at home. From May 17th, grab a cuppa from Dan and Vivienne’s shop, Caffe Isola.

Sails of Cowes

As a family business located in one of the Island’s most iconic towns. After wandering the high street pop in for a takeaway cuppa or they have outside seating during current restrictions.

Freshwater Coffee House

Award-winning coffee shop serving top quality coffee in the west wight. Pop 17th May in your diary for the cafes reopening.

The Crab Shed , Steephill Cove

Lockdown has meant more walking for many of us, so stopping off for a coffee has been a welcome pitstop. Walks along the south of the Island are among the prettiest and Steephill Cove is legendary.

Chocolate Apothecary

Coffee and chocolate – two of the best things the natural world has to offer. Heading off the Hover pop into Chocolate Apothecary and refuel.

ComiCoffee

Donuts, waffles and a cup of caffeine wil;l make you feel like a superhero! In both Newport and East Cowes, ComiCoffee is a great addition to the Island






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Taste of the Wight is the Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink. Now in its fifth year, it has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island.

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Taste of the Wight is the Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink. Now in its sixth year, it has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island.