Higgins victorian awning

New Victorian awning for H R Higgins

9 Dec 2016

HR Higgins Coffee were established in 1942 as a coffee importer and dealer but they also have a great coffee shop in Duke Street Mayfair where we have just installed a Traditional style Victorian awning.

The Victorian awning is in dark grey and the complex Higgins logo was produced using  our unique RAGS graphics technology which we have at our Charlton works. Morco are the only awnings company to be using graphics technology at this level of sophistication, which allows us to produce your graphics in the finest detal.

Higgins coffee shop have a large selection of coffee beans, which they grind to order, and a comprehensive range of loose-leaf teas. They also have gift boxes and gift wrapping if you are buying a gift.

They also stock a concise range of accessories which are some of the best available for coffee making.

The coffee shop is open from  early Monday to Friday when they begin serving take-away coffees and teas with pastries.

Duke Street is a street crossing the western half of Oxford Street, London and connecting Wigmore Street and Grosvenor Square. It is best known as the setting for the TV series The Duchess of Duke Street and as (from September 1880) the headquarters of the Artists' Rifles.

It is often confused with the relatively nearby central London location Duke Street, St James's which connects Piccadilly and King Street, intersecting Jermyn Street, and is the location of the Cavendish Hotel, which was the real life inspiration for the fictional hotel in The Duchess of Duke Street at the other location.

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