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CASA BRUGAL – A new East London neighbourhood cafe opens from 20th – 29th Oct
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CASA BRUGAL – A new East London neighbourhood cafe opens from 20th – 29th Oct

On 20th October CASA BRUGAL opens its doors in East London, for a week long celebration of the area’s iconic brands and legacy. An activation by Brugal’s rum, the vibrant café bar will be running from 20th October – 29th October from 10am – 11pm. Located on Hackney Road, the space is set to introduce Londoners to Brugal rum’s welcoming Dominican spirit and showcase the legacy of 135 years of rum mastery.

Guests can visit and pick up CASA BRUGAL’s Dominican coffee blend, taste Lily Vanilli’s Brugal-inspired cake, book a candle making class with Earl of East or pick up cocktail ingredients for hosting-at-home with Brugal.

Alongside all these great activities and of course lots of opportunities to sample Brugal’s rum, guests will also be safe in the knowledge that they are contributing to a good cause; all profits will be donated to local charity FoodCycle, whose mission is to connect communities, reduce loneliness and food poverty by creating a welcoming space for people to meet, eat and have conversations.

Address: CASA BRUGAL, 326 Hackney Road

Website: https://casabrugal.com

Written by Jordan Crowley Photography by Rebecca Hope

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