Liverpool based coffee shop, 92 Degrees will be opening their first Scottish site at the appropriately numbered 92 Hanover Street in the Capital. Having been vacant since the height of the pandemic in 2020, the coffee retailer will be a welcome addition to the busy thoroughfare.
92 Degrees was founded by CEO Jack Brewitt in 2014 with a single coffee shop and roastery in Liverpool city centre and now boasts 11 locations nationwide and over 100 members of staff.
After securing £1.4 million of private investment, 92 Degrees is looking to open a further eight sites, including Scotland, Manchester, Liverpool and London with a focus on the communities in which they are located.
Jack said: “This company supports the communities that we are a part of, and we have learned that recruiting and developing local talent in parallel to championing local suppliers is a winning combination.”
James Godfrey, Partner at Culverwell said: “Edinburgh is a real champion for small businesses and it’s great that 92 Degrees have chosen to open their first Scottish store in the city. The unit is ideal as it benefits from high passing footfall and I have every confidence that it will be a huge success with locals and tourists as soon as doors open.”