Since the dawn of time, makind has been obsessed with coffee… Should that maybe be since the dawn of coffee beans? Well, anyway! Mary King’s Coffee House had a treat for unsuspecting walkers at Arthur’s Seat with costumed characters & a hearty dose of caffeine for the weary walkers!
Brodies Coffee and Tea is launching in Mary King’s Coffee House & are serving their new range of volcanic coffee. Brodies describe this new range of coffees as adventurous & packed with caffeine! “Our volcanics collection of coffees are all hard bean varieties which are roasted to a Full or Continental roast. Not coffees for the cautious, they are packed with character and caffeine!”
This celebration kicked off at the top of Edinburgh’s (extinct) volcano at Arthur’s Seat, pretty fitting eh? Ben Fitzpatrick, the Food & Beverage Manager is excited to showcase Brodies coffee at Mary King’s Coffee House & saw this as a perfect opportunity to introduce the community to some amazing coffee!
You can visit Mary King’s Coffee House at the former Burgh courtroom, within the Real Mary King’s Close visitor attraction. This charming coffee shop is situated on the historic site that was previously occupied by The Royal Exchange Coffee House which was in operation between the mid-18th and early 19th centuries. This majestic coffee shop allows you to soak up some Scottish history with your daily coffee.
Mary King’s Coffee House has recently launched a new menu with quality, local Scottish produce. Think pastries & cakes by Edinburgh’s Saltire Patisserie & homemade soup & sandwiches made every day.
The Real Mary King’s Close is hidden beneath Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Its part of a secret network of winding narrow streets that lies underground. A forgotten part of time has been uncovered, the ‘closes’ show where real people in Edinburgh used to live, work & ultimately died!
Address: 2 Warriston’s Cl, High St, Edinburgh EH1 1PG
Phone: 0131 225 0672