Costa Coffee The Home Of Irresistible Coffee

Since our inception in 1971, we have been a brand synonymous with great coffee and good times. Our heritage is built upon the unique Mocha Italia blend, perfected by selecting and buying our own beans. These great quality beans are then converted into consistently irresistible coffee by our team, which leaves the customer always smiling.
Our top priority has been and is serving the customer unforgettable coffee and memories.

Hot Houses Concept

In the interest of keeping things fresh like our coffee, Costa has designed to revamp our stores in SDA and Green Park. The objective was simple. They wanted to give their customers a new experience. So they, decided to serve a selection of handcrafted food and beverages.

The New Menu had some choice delights to offer including our refreshing chai, delectable samosas, London style carrot cake, salted caramel brownie and so much more.
In addition to the sweet and savory quick bites, they also presented a range of sandwiches ranging from classics like Tomato Mozzarella Basil to Indian palette favorites such as Chicken and Paneer Tikka Sandwiches.

Sipping on my Coffee from Costa : Roads uncharted

Costa to Cup

Costa have perfected their Mocha Italia blend over the last 40 years. It uses a blend of Arabica and Robusta beans. These beans come from several different countries – the exact recipe is a closely guarded secret. The use of traditional Italian style drum roasters so that beans just roast in hot air.


They slow roast coffee in small batches of around 300kg and at temperatures between 200 240°C for between 18 and 22 minutes.
Slower than a flame roasting process and more costly, but better quality.
Beans are sealed in special air tight bags once roasted and the one way release valve on the front of the bag allows all the naturally produced gases to escape. This maintains the quality of the coffee.


Gingerman coffee Latte

Entire new range of costa food has been rolled out basis customer feedback over last few yrs
New Breads and imported cheeses for sandwiches (10 types)
Indian flavours like tandoori chicken tikka + paneer tikka
Classics like tomato mozzarella basil
Belgian couverture chocolate in the cakes
London style carrot cake Classic british (with walnuts + cinnamon+ butter icing)
Viennoiserie like pulled chicken and cinnamon roll


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