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50 South William St Dublin, Ireland
Posted by in: 2.02.2016

AntlerA new year smiles upon South William Street and we smile with it…albeit through chattering teeth. Cold though it may be, our hands are warmed by coffee, tea, and the pleasing glow of camaraderie at Clement & Pekoe. (Man, who writes this stuff?)

Our first mission of the year found C&P going through a bit of a face lift. We’re only 4 years and some change in, but all the love was starting to show. As some of our astute regulars have noticed, we’ve done the floors, spruced up the walls, and stuck a pair of antlers over the fireplace nook. Now isn’t that cozy? We had already started the process in December with our own barista, Tom, who did a bang up job on our new Coffee and Tea murals. (Such a good job in fact, he was commissioned to do art work for a cafe in far away Qatar! Rhymes with guitar. Way to go, Tom!)

But it doesn’t end there. Now don’t be nervous, but Clement & Pekoe is getting ready to upgrade the house blend. The lovely folks at Climpson & Sons have overhauled their Estate blend and made it that much better! How is this possible, you may well ask. With a bit of careful tweaking, beans from Colombia and Ethiopia are joining forces to make a punchy cup of deliciousness just for you. We haven’t pulled the curtain up on this most recent act as of yet, but get ready, because when we do we’re sure there will be applause!

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Posted by in: 7.01.2016

Komucha1You may well have found yourself asking, “What’s all this Kombucha falderal I’ve been hearing about? What exactly is it and how can I get involved?” All good questions. And here are your answers.

In a nutshell, Kombucha is a naturally-carbonated, fermented tea drink, served cold, not unlike revenge. (Before you turn away in disgust, “Fermented?! Ew,” need we remind you good things come of fermentation, number one being, WINE! A close second, sauerkraut….delicious.) The falderal around Kombucha is that it’s good for your guts. Aside from being a refreshingly tasty alternative to chemical-laden sodas, Kombucha’s fermentation process provides some good bacteria for your digestive tract. Myriad health claims have been made, but because we’re baristas and not doctors, we’re sticking to what we know…it tastes good!

Even better? We make it ourselves! Our own barista, Erika, brews up Kombucha in the charmingly named, Kombucha Kitchen down at our second location on Essex Street in Temple Bar. Using our own Clement & Pekoe teas, Erika has devised some pretty tasty combinations, including fennel and star anise, dandelion and cranberry, as well as our House Kombucha made with Organic Sencha. Like a solo version of Shakespeare’s Weird Sisters, she bubble, bubble, toil and troubles her way to creating kombuchas of perfection (bonus, no newts or toads are harmed in the process).

Lastly, in answer to your question of personal involvement, get on down to Clement & Pekoe, belly up to the bar and place your order! Kombucha awaits!

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Posted by in: 1.08.2015

Bank holidays aren’t just for punters, they’re for baristas too!

Clement & Pekoe staff will be soaking up the sun (probably not) for two glorious days.

See you on Tuesday!


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Posted by in: 30.07.2015
Denim Aprons Blog


                                       Out with the old and in with new Black Denim Aprons.

                                        It was a neighbourhood collaboration, made from denim sourced by The Cloth Shop

                                       on Johnson’s Place and meticulously made by Tailors: ‘Express Alterations’ on Clarendon St.

                                        Oh and they were Brilliantly designed by us!

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Posted by in: 24.07.2015



Ever heard of Park(ing) Day?? We didn’t until it came to Dublin via San Francisco, the same week Clement & Pekoe opened its doors in 2011.

The idea originated from San Francisco’s ‘Pavement to Parks’ initiative, a strategy created to repurpose the streets of San Francisco. David Andrews, who brought the Park(ing) Day idea to Dublin, fueled the discussion about our city streets when we first met him and we were all ears.

Dublin City Council have create Dublin City Council Beta Projects, an innovative way to improve our city. There are a number of different beta projects being implemented around the city which provide seating, bicycle parking, and art for everyone to enjoy.

South William Street is first to showcase the ‘Parklet’, so come along, grab a coffee and enjoy…


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Posted by in: 24.12.2014

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas! It’s been hectic. It’s been fun! But come 5 o’clock (unless coffee, milk, cups run out before hand) we’ll be shutting up C&P for a few days rest and merriment.

See our Opening Hours Below.

We’ve had a great year and we’re delighted to have settle into our fully expanded shop & warehouse on South William St, to have opened the ‘Cafe’ with our good friends @Indigoandcloth and launched our new Website!
We’ve plenty of exciting plans afoot too for the coming year.
All of this wouldn’t be possible without our fantastic Customers and some wonderful hotels, cafes and restaurants that we are proud to work with.
So a Big Thankyou!

Dec 25th Closed
Dec 26th Closed
Dec 27th Closed
Dec 28th Closed
Dec 29th 8am – 7pm
Dec 30th 8am – 7pm
Dec 31st 8am – Late
Jan 1st – Closed
Jan 2nd WE’RE BACK!!

Cafe – Indigo & Cloth
Dec 25th Closed
Dec 26th Closed
Dec 27th 12 – 5
Dec 28th 12 – 5
RE-Open Saturday 3rd Jan @10am

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