GLASGOW Coffee Festival is returning this May with 100 local businesses for coffee aficionados to sample the best of the city’s coffee.

It's the first time in two years that the festival is held indoors in the Briggait due to the pandemic, but the street element will remain in this year's edition.

Festival goers will be able to take advantage of two weeks of deals and discounts.

Glasgow Times: Glasgow Coffee Festival at the Briggait in 2018.Glasgow Coffee Festival at the Briggait in 2018.

These will include free cannoli with every coffee at Laboratorio Espresso, free coffee with every food purchase at Sprigg, free cake with every coffee at Five March, Guid Egg, and Morning Glory.

Two-for-one coffees will be up for grabs at the Alchemy Experiment, with free coffee also available with every bag of beans at Black Pine Coffee.

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There’s no limit to how many deals can be used between May 2 and 15.

All discounts can be claimed through the Best Coffee App, which can be downloaded to use at participating businesses.

Glasgow Times: Lisa Lawson, founder of the Glasgow Coffee FestivalLisa Lawson, founder of the Glasgow Coffee Festival

Festival founder Lisa Lawson said: “Glasgow has an incredible coffee community.

"It’s brilliant to see so many coffee businesses offer great discounts and deals.

"These deals are a thank you to everyone who supported coffee businesses during the pandemic, and a nudge to coffee fans old and new to try some new cafes during the festival fortnight.

“ I’m very proud to say this will be the biggest coffee event Scotland has ever seen.

"I feel like everything’s been building up to this point since we launched in 2014.“

This year’s festival will take place on May 7 and 8.

Tickets are £12 per person and include presentations, film screenings, and tastings.