Stands at the Festival
Based in a renovated textile mill in the Pennine Hills near Marsden, Dark Woods Coffee roast on their vintage Probat roaster. Using only speciality grade coffees they roast a range of espresso blends and single estate coffees that they hope truly reflect what a wider coffee appreciating public choose to drink. This may be the case as they hold more Great Taste Awards than any other coffee company, including two “Golden Forks”, the Oscars of the food world.
North Star Coffee Roaster source and roast only speciality grade coffees, with a strict ethical procurement policy. They ensure that the people and land growing their coffees are highly respected.
Their wholesale customers all meet stringent minimum supply terms for both quality and ethics, and most undertake accredited training with them.
Based in Leeds, Shiloh love their specialty grade coffee but, more so, ethically sourced coffee. Shiloh are passionate about seeing farmers paid well for their amazing efforts to growing amazing coffee. They sell coffee beans from around the world as well as coffee merchandise.
You might know Taylors of Harrogate for sourcing and roasting some of the best specialty grade coffee you'll find on supermarket shelves. Taylors Discovery is different.
It's a small group of specialty coffee professionals who work with an innovation team, and was set up to help build a vision for the future of coffee. Through working with existing producer relationships from their core range, Taylors Discovery is able to share rarer, higher scoring micro-lots that previously they couldn't buy.
Coffee and Equipment
Coffee Care is a multi award winning company which has been blending speciality coffees since 1983. Their objective is to make it simple for people to enjoy great coffee. Come have a chat, learn about home brewing techniques and taste some of their beautiful coffees.
Farmers' Voice Radio is a UK charity, based in Yorkshire, that is transforming the lives of millions of coffee farmers in rural communities through the power of participatory radio. Farmers' Voice Radio connects coffee producers to the information they need to improve the sustainability, production and quality of their coffee.
The Northern Fox Distillery produces craft spirits at the heart of East Yorkshire in the historic market town of Beverley.
Using only BRITISH grain spirit, filtered Yorkshire spring water, and hand selected natural botanicals, with no additives, artificial flavourings or sweeteners, they strive to create artisan, hand crafted spirits bursting with flavour that are not only unique, but pay heritage to their beautiful Yorkshire culture and home.
Hug on a Tray are a charity that provides free TV and drinks, snack to every haematology patient in Bexley Wing of St James's Hospital in Leeds. Their main fundraising events are doing a "Prize every time Tombola" for £1. No one is disappointed and prizes are donated and valued at £1 at least.
Low Springs pasteurise milk from their seasonally grazed herd of Holstein and Jersey cows for their on farm vending machine. Low Springs milk isn't homogenised, so the cream rises to the top and it tastes so much better.
They will be selling milk and flavoured milks at the festival, plus glass bottles to fill from their smaller portable dispenser.
MIGHTY was founded by brothers, Tom and Nick, in 2018 to shake up the market with a more nutritious and sustainable plant-based milk. Now one of the biggest independent family-run plant milk businesses in the UK, their mission is to switch one million people to plant milk. Thanks to a unique blend of peas and fermented oats for a milk like taste, the MIGHTY range of dairy free milks is growing (in popularity and choice) all the time.
Oxfam is a globally renowned aid and development charity with 70 years of experience, working and campaigning with partners in over 90 countries worldwide focusing on the alleviation of global poverty.
Oxfam Otley is a local charity shop raising funds to support the global charity. They sell donated goods and ethical new products. They have a range of Fairtrade coffee from Café Direct and Grumpy Mule. Their coffee range includes: whole beans, ground coffee and instant coffee.
Established in 1986, Patisserie Viennoise brings a little bit of France and the continent to Otley. Everything they create is made at their shop in Otley, and they specialise in handmade chocolates, continental gateux, wedding and celebration cakes. They are pleased to support Otley's first Coffee Festival.
We are grateful to Beech Hill Church, Otley for lending us their experienced face painters for the day. Face painting will be available from 10.45am until 12.15pm and from 1.30pm until 3pm.
There will also be a drawing table for children to enter our free competition.
Merch + Info
MERCHANDISE AND INFO
There will be Otley Coffee Culture merch for sale: tote bags, prints and tees, along with specially discounted Independent Coffee Guides and the chance to own your own coffee plant.
This is also the stand to obtain info and ideas to ensure you have the best possible coffee day.
Wednesday Moon is home to handmade, eco-conscious homeware. Every item is a colourful, calm, one-of-a-kind statement piece designed to fit any home. We also create greeting cards for every LGBTQ+ occasion and person!