Urban Guild - Online Delivery
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BH Deliveries: We offer FREE BH postcode delivery on order of £10 or more. Due to current circumstances and social responsibility, parcels will be left at the door. We'll call you when we are outside so you know that you can pick it up from your door. Deliveries may not be as frequent during this time. If you are not in, we can’t be responsible for missing goods.
Some of our best sellers:
Taking a stand on the provenance and palate behind the cocktail classics, the Urban Spirit takes your drinking experience in a new direction.
Fancy trying it out yourself? Take a look at our curated cocktail kits that will bring the speakeasy to your home. They contain everything you need, even the glassware and the tools to make it just like in the bars. You just provide the ice (We haven’t nailed posting that) and the occasional bit of fresh fruit.
The Urban Guatemalan Blend
Hold on to your coffee cups folks, because these beans are a rollercoaster ride of depth and flavour. With bourbon varietals, this delicious Guatemalan blend packs a punch. You'll detect notes of mandarin, red fruit and creamy caramel, making this the ideal all-rounder for any time of day, any time of year.
Our Guatemalan blend is kindly sourced and roasted by Bad Hand Coffee down the road. The beans are lovingly produced by a sustainable Guatemalan coffee co-operative.
We load up 250g of coffee into the bag, and you can choose from whole beans (perfect if you have your own grinder, or your name is Jack) or we will freshly grind to order either medium coarse (perfect for V60, Chemex or French press) or espresso grind (stove top Moka pot / AeroPress / fancy coffee machines).
(You must be over 18 to purchase this product.)
Six cans of Dorset craft beers inspired by the smugglers and pioneers that founded and shaped our little corner of the County. Made exclusively by our friends Eight Arch Brewery. Brewed in Dorset, inspired by Dorset.
This multipack includes two of each of the three different brews:
Christchurch surgeon, Dr Quarterly, was woken in the middle of the night by a group of horsemen and told to follow them to Bransgore where a smuggler lay, severely wounded. The doctor removed a musket ball from the man's shoulder and was rewarded with a keg of brandy. Dr Quarterly is a 4%, easy-sippin' pale ale crafted just for us by our friends down at Eight Arch Brewing.
Isaac Gulliver was the legendary ‘King of the Smugglers’ whose gang ran gin, silk, lace and tea into Poole’s beaches in the 18th Century. He even pretended to be dead once lying in an open coffin to fool Customs men. He retired to Wimborne with his fortune, the town where this beer was born. This 4.5% pale ale is brewed with a combination of European, American & Southern Hemisphere hops combined for a fruity yet crisp finish, ideal to drink any time of year!
Angel of the marsh
The entrance to Christchurch Harbour, made up of gravel and ironstone, was an ideal place for smugglers to land. Hannah ‘Mother’ Sillers, landlady of the Haven Inn, Mudeford, also known as the ‘Angel of the Marsh’, would signal to smugglers when it was safe to bring cargo ashore by wearing her red cloak. Angel of the Marsh, red like her cloak is a 5% ale packed with flavour and hoppy notes.