The new Honesty Horlicks artisan coffee shop has opened its doors to the Slough community for the first time.

Nestled in the refurbished, much-cherished Horlicks Factory on Stoke Poges Lane, the café aims to capture the spirit of community-centric dining with its top-quality fare and warm, friendly environment.

This newest coffee haven is the eleventh offering from the Honesty Group, which has established its mark across Berkshire and Hampshire with cafes distinguished by authenticity, care, and a commitment to local produce.

The café promises to not only enchant residents of the new Berkeley development but also offer commuters a delightful place to pause and indulge.

Darren Lock, General Manager of The Honesty Group, shared his enthusiasm about the Slough branch.

He said: "Opening our latest coffee shop in the historic Horlicks Factory in Slough is a major milestone for the Honesty Group.

"It’s really exciting to open in an iconic site that blends history with community, and we can’t wait to serve up our delicious coffee to the residents of Slough."

Adding to these sentiments, Caroline McHardy, Land & Development Director at Berkeley Homes (Oxford & Chiltern), sees the new café playing a significant role in community building.

She said: "We believe that creating a sustainable community goes beyond building new homes; it's about placemaking and creating places that inspire and connect communities.

"We are thrilled that the Honesty Group have chosen to open their latest café at Horlicks Quarter, creating a fantastic hub for community engagement in Clocktower Place, celebrating the Heritage of the factory and iconic chimney.

"Having the café in Clocktower place will create a vibrant, welcoming space where residents can come together and build lasting relationships.

"Our commitment to sustainability and community engagement is at the heart of this project, and we look forward to seeing how this coffee shop becomes a cornerstone of everyday life for everyone who calls this development home."