This month sees the opening of a new coffee shop in Trowbridge, bringing the feel and flavours of South America’s fourth largest nation to the county town of Wiltshire.
Visitors to the town’s regular Weavers Markets may have enjoyed a great cup of coffee from Cesar’s coffee wagon . . . and can now do so at Cesar’s new premises, opening at The Gateway in mid-January. Colombian-born owner Cesar Mosquera has lived in the UK for over 20 years, and having been a postman in Trowbridge for a number of years, has decided to bring a little corner of his native country to his adopted hometown.
As we all know, Colombia produces some of the finest coffees in the world, and Cesar is proud to import beans that not only are Fairtrade, but are roasted by Cesar himself. Like any good café or coffee shop, you’re bound to find a delicious range of cakes, which Cesar also sources locally, as well as artisan bread products.
Also, when it comes to food, Cesar’s will also be offering a range of jacket potatoes: in addition to more traditional fillings, how does a delicious topping of pulled pork cooked to a traditional Colombian recipe sound?
The premises have a relaxed and homely feel, with artworks depicting typical scenes of South America, and comfortable sofas, many of which have been purchased from local charity shops – just another example of Cesar’s belief in supporting local businesses.
For more details about what’s happening with this exciting new venture, visit the
Cesar’s Coffee Facebook page.