{Coffee & Speciality Tea}

The Edinburgh Press Club partner with local suppliers to offer a range speciality coffees and teas which are freshly prepared to order from 7.30am  Mon- Sat and from 8.30am on a Sunday.


  • Ristretto/Expresso
  • Macchiato
  • Cappuccino
  • Flat White
  • Americano
  • Latte
  • Mocha
  • Cafe Bon Bon
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Liqueur Latte
    Baileys, Amaretto
  • Liqueur Coffee
    ‘Gaelic’, ‘Calypso’
  • House Bean
    100% arabica medium roast (roasted in Edinburgh)
  • Guest Bean
    “Stromboli” arabica robusta blend dark roast (roasted and blended in Edinburgh)
  • Speciality Milk
  • House Made Syrups

{Speciality Tea}

  • Famous Edinburgh
    A Ceylon based breakfast tea, refreshing with a full curranty character.
  • Earl Grey
    a blend of fine black China teas delicately scented with the oil of Bergamot.
  • Ceylon (decaf)
    This classic Ceylon leaf tea has been gently decaffein- ated by the CO2 decaffeination process. It retains the sweet rounded character of Ceylon teas.
  • Gunpowder
    This Chinese green tea is light and delicate but also penetrating. Its yellow green liquor is packed with antioxidants.
  • Jasmine
    A light and fragrant Green China tea scented with Jasmine which produces a delicate but soothing cup
  • Japanese Cherry
    The delicate flavour of green tea balances well with the subtle flavour of Japanese Cherry.
  • Silver Needle
    This tea is grown in the Fujian Province of China and only the youngest and finest leaves are plucked and gently dried to produce this light, delicate tea and nutty tea.
  • Lemon
    Lemon fruit pieces and oil are blended with a light black tea to produce a fresh zesty cup.
  • Passionfruit & Orange
    Fruity and refreshing the passion fruit and orange pieces are blended with fine Keemun China Leaf tea.
  • Vanilla
    Black China tea is carefully blended with vanilla oil and pieces to create a delightful aroma. A sweet rounded tea.
  • Camomile
    Best quality Camomile flowers produce a pleasant aromatic tea that may be enhanced with a little sugar or honey.
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