Mol’s Coffee House, Exeter (front view) (print)

Fine Art


From the 1660s coffee houses were a focus for men to gather and discuss trade, politics and culture. They were places to smoke tobacco and drink coffee and rum made with sugar – all reliant on plantations using enslaved labour. Mol’s coffee house can still be seen in Exeter’s Cathedral Close.

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