Our prototype of  ‘Bob’s Blend’ medium roast.

 

Did you know every cup of coffee you buy from We Walk the Line changes lives?
We are so excited to introduce you to our own blend of speciality coffee ‘ Bob’s Blend v1.0’,  a medium roast of Fazenda Ambient Fortaleza 726 (Sitio Canaa – Brazil) and Los Anonos White Honey (West Valley Costa Rica). It’s a medium roast with tasting notes of caramel, milk chocolate and plum.

We were inspired by many people along the way, one of whom was Sir Robert Hitcham. Born of humble stock he rose to high office, but our ‘Bob’ never forgot his roots and when he died in 1636 he left several houses to the poor in Coogeshall, Framlingham and Debenham to help them into work. He also built a school to teach the poorest to ‘read, write and cost accounts’ and ensured the princely sum of £10 should be given to each scholar to secure an apprenticeship.

So the next time you brew your coffee from We Walk the Line beans at home, spare a thought for the positive futures you are helping to build. As  a registered social enterprise we reinvest our profits to support more people who need a break to get back on their feet in the world of work.

Drink Coffee, Change Lives

We Walk the Line, is delighted to announce it will be opening a new coffee bar. Located in the foyer of the Firstsite gallery in Colchester, Essex, the new cafe opens for business on February 9th 2017. It’s the first time a contemporary art gallery has teamed up with…

We Walk the Line to Colchester.

  We Walk the Line are proud to announce that our new cafe serving coffee that changes lives is opening in Colchester, Essex at the Firstsite contemporary art gallery. Over the next year our ‘Wake up and smell the coffee!’ project funded by Jobcentre Plus we will work with at least fifteen young people…

Social Enterprise UK Awards 2015

We are so pleased to announce that we have been nominated for a UK Social Enterprise Award 2015 in the One to Watch category. We will be going along to the Awards Ceremony on the 26th November, so if you see us wandering along the Southbank looking lost please come…

Wanted: Head Barista

  We have been offered the fantastic opportunity to operate a pop-up residency at a fantastic social justice co-working space in SE11 as well as for corporate events. We are looking for a hands on Head Barista to start ASAP, a key staff member who can create a unique experience…

Winters coming and we have a new pop-up!

    As you may have noticed the pop-up at Dalston Roof Park gets a little chilly! So whilst Dalston Roof Park closes for the winter we have moved to the fantastic Pie in the Sky Cafe at the Bromley by Bow Centre in London E3 until December 2015. It’s…

London’s Best Coffee!

What a busy day it was yesterday…We held our Kickstarter launch party at Dalston Roof Park and it felt great! Luckily the sun was shining, the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream was scooping and Tom was naturally being a cool (but roasted) bean! We would like to say a…

We Walk the Line: Wake up and smell the coffee

How many of you had a cup of coffee this morning? How many of you bought the latest copy of the Big Issue? Well, how about something that rolls them both into one? What if simply buying your daily Flat White, Cappuccino or Espresso could support the homeless, or…

Buy Social: pedal-powered artisanal coffee for your next event.

We Walk the Line offer a pedal-powered coffee with social impact for events, festivals, conferences and product launches in London. Our not for profit social enterprise reinvests profits in changing the lives of the disadvantaged. We provide employment for excluded groups and train them to be their own boss….

Chrisp Street Festival

We had a great time on Sunday at the Chrisp Street Festival, our pedal-powered coffee trike was right in front of the main stage. Despite a brief flirtation with giant sized lobsters we live to serve flat whites another day.   We’re looking forward to going back to BITE…