A new cafe serving coffee from South America is getting ready to open its doors next week. 

At the end of January, Alema Coffee confirmed it would be moving into a premise on High Baxter Street in Bury St Edmunds. 

The family-owned business will be serving coffee "from farm to cup" using beans grown in Ecuador. 

Fabian Macas, the founder of Alema Coffee, said: "Although we are new to Bury St Edmunds, coffee has been in our family for generations.

"Our farm in Ecuador we grow arabica beans, which are hand picked at peak ripeness."

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The cafe will be opening on Tuesday, March 26, from 9am until 3pm. 

A post on the business's Facebook page said: "I can't be more excited to announce Alema Coffee's grand opening date.

"Hope everyone in town can enjoy the freshly brewed coffee directly from Ecuador."