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A coffee that celebrates all things Stroud! 


Stroud’s independent businesses, its growers, producers, creators and makers,  innovators, movers and shakers are all the reason behind the blend ‘The  Stroudie Brew’.

Stroud is proud of its independent, dare to be different  attitude and those people that make it a reality.  This is a coffee for you if you love Stroud. 

To celebrate and re-launch this coffee Noni’s Coffee Roasters have organised a  Treasure Trail around the town on Saturday, May 20th at The Stroud Food and  Drink Festival. 

Five goodie bags are up for grabs when you complete the trail, finding all the  clues! Plus, in one of the 30 bags of ‘The Stroudie Brew’ Coffee on sale at  Sound Records or the Coffee Lada, is a beautiful Silver Coffee Bean necklace!   

Prizes in the goodie bags include tickets for a family of four to Giffords Circus, a  £20 lunch voucher at Tomari G, a Salt voucher worth £20, 2 tickets to Horrible  Histories at the Sub Rooms, £15 Batemans voucher, a 30-minute facial and  kids’ haircut at Feel Good Factor, Made in Stroud Tea towel, Sound Records £10  voucher, a Glazed Doughnut Voucher, Falafel Mama, Humphries & Begg, and  Cococaravan are also donating! 

To get your hands on these prizes the trail will be running from 10-3pm  Saturday, 20th May. Collect your pen and form from Sound Records on 23,  George Street, Stroud and hunt for the hidden letters around the festival! 

Return your completed form to Sound records and your name will be put into  the prize draw to win one of the 3 Goodie Bags.  

Raffle prizes – drawn at 3pm at Sound Records

‘The Stroudie Brew’ coffee is from Papua New Guinea with notes of Apricot,  Frangipane, Baking chocolate and burnt sugar.

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