some slight tweaks & changes - the same sassy coffee 

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our in-house coffee pop-up "passion pop" was a fun spin on prime and it continued on throughout the struggles of the pandemic... with many of you  trying our first ever food menu of toasties and locally baked brownies throughout the spring and summer months.
We decided as of october 21 to sadly close the sit-in cafe area of prime and bring the space up to it's full potential... this means more availability  for appointments coming your way very soon - and maybe an exciting event or two, now the world is opening up again...

DON'T FEAR HOWEVER -

WE WILL STILL BE SERVING DRINK IN COFFEES, CHOCOLATES AND THE LIKE,

TO THOSE WITH A HAIR BOOKING - OR WE CAN FILL A KEEP CUP FOR THOSE CHANCING A TAKEAWAY ON THEIR WAY PAST!! WE WILL CONTINUE TO USE the finest beans, roasted by THE company YOUVE GROWN TO LOVE; our own westcountry'S 'extract coffee roasters', based in bristol. Standing out from the crowd as the only truro based coffee shop grinding extract - Here's some of the reasons why we love them:

SUSTAINABLE SOURCING

They believe in building long-term, sustainable relationships with the farmers, based on a quality-pays ethos. This means paying premiums higher than fair trade in return for exceptional quality coffee. Since 2007 they've been sharing knowledge and building relationships with farmers.

Sustainable roasting

It's not just about sourcing ethically, extract believe in doing their bit to operate ethically here in the UK too. This means recycling coffee waste into bio-fuels, a move to 100% recyclable paper cups and salvaging old roasters from scrap, restoring them to a higher efficiency than when new.

SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY

'Grounds Up' is a collective of charity partners and community projects which are supported by Extract Coffee Roasters. These are grass-roots projects in the communities we work in. 

It's an initiative extract launched in 2018. It was born from a desire to work more closely with charities who helped people in our communities.
read more about who these organisations and farmers are, and the work they do together