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Black Sheep Coffee to make Liverpool debut

The opening is part of three new additions to Liverpool ONE’s F&B line-up.

Black Sheep Coffee is making its Liverpool debut in a 1,800 sq ft site at Paradise Place, featuring the brand’s café menu by day and cocktail bar by night.

The store will showcase their “Free Coffee Board”, aimed at fighting social exclusion, where customers will be able to donate their loyalty rewards to the Free Coffee Board or purchase a drink voucher at a discounted price to be pinned on the board.

The opening is one of three additions to Liverpool ONE’s F&B line-up following “strong” sales performance across hospitality operators at the destination.

“We are thrilled to be opening in Liverpool ONE. This will be our very first location in Liverpool and we are super excited,” Black Sheep Coffee co-founders Gabriel Shohet and Eirik Holth said.

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