This Manchester cafe has launched an unlimited coffee pass for almond and oat milk lovers

Manchester’s Remedy Kitchen has launched their innovative new coffee pass to help us all through lockdown 2.0

Based in the Royal Exchange Arcade, Remedy Kitchen is Manchester’s treasured healthy eating spot, specialising in food and drink that’s entirely free from dairy, gluten and refined sugar.

And this week, the cafe has launched a new initiative, offering unlimited coffees, teas and hot tonics for just £20 for the month – with the first seven days absolutely free. 

With a full range of speciality coffees included in the pass, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

From mochas and cappuccinos to hot chocolates and iced lattes, each hot beverage is created with your choice of oat milk, coconut milk, almond milk or cashew milk.

The dairy-free element makes this coffee pass the first of its kind.

Coffee connoisseurs can rejoice – Remedy Kitchen’s coffee is 100% Arabica, known for its smooth and aromatic taste.

And their special coffee beans are low acidity, meaning there will be no caffeine jitters, giving a smoother energy lift and reduced gastrointestinal impact on those with a sensitive gut.

The cafe’s milk is made by Rude Health and contains just three natural ingredients, with no artificial flavours or preservatives in sight. The oat milk is also gluten free, unlike most high street brands.

And if you fancy trying something new, the team are happy to make it happen. All you need to do is ask!

If you’re feeling peckish, order something from their delicious food menu to complement your coffee. 

Their changing seasonal menus are created by founder Katie McIntosh, who takes inspiration from years of study and qualifications in the field of health, with a specific focus on the health properties of ingredients and combinations that are nutritionally balanced whilst still delivering on flavour, presentation and quality.

Remedy serves breakfast and brunch, which are available all day, with the likes of protein-packed breakfast pancakes served with coconut yoghurt and berries, classic eggs royale, or a their signature Morning Remedy breakfast to set you up for the day.

Takeout is available throughout lockdown.

Remedy Kitchen also has a full range of grab and go dishes if you’re passing by, and these change every week utilising the freshest seasonal ingredients.

Coupled with one of their healthy sweet-treats or bakes (we recommend their  sensational banana bread), it’s the perfect freshly made lunch offering that makes you feel great from the inside out.

If you’re in a rush, the lovely people at Remedy Kitchen also offer the option for you to call ahead (0161 669 4557) or order on their app for you to pop in and pick it up on your way past.

If unlimited coffee is the stuff of your dreams, you can sign up online today. You’ll automatically get your first seven days free when you sign up, and not that we think you’ll want to, but the pass can be cancelled at any time – so don’t worry, you won’t be tied into a caffeine contract of any kind.

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