Over Under Coffee is an antipodean-inspired collection of coffee shops that provide premium, modern coffee, epic cocktails and delicious food in a friendly, unpretentious environment as an alternative to high street chains.

Unlike other coffee shops, the experience continues on after hours. During more usual times, they 'flip' their shops at 5pm, transforming the daytime space into an upbeat yet low-key cocktail bar by night. Playing home to epic intimate get-togethers, creative and cultural events, or just an easy after work drink.

Over Under continues to expand with the launch of its fifth site, a mobile coffee cart and London's first espresso martini bike, which helps continues to serve up incredible hospitality to the West London community and make a positive impact on someone's day.

To celebrate the opening of its fifth shop, Over Under Coffee is offering one lucky reader the chance to win free takeaway coffee for an entire year, along with a night in with their espresso martini bike – when it's allowed – with two personal bartenders who will serve you espresso martinis on tap all night.

Find out more at overundercoffee.com, and follow @overunderco for the latest updates

The question is: How many sites does Over Under Coffee now have in London?

Competition closes: 5th March 2021

By entering the competition, it is deemed that the entrant accepts the terms and conditions stated below.

No purchase necessary.

Prize cannot be exchanged for cash equivalent.

Prize is not transferable.

One entry per person, no bulk or third-party entries, unless the rules of the competition state so.

No responsibility can be taken for any lost or delayed entries.

Winner must be over 18 years of age.

The winner will be chosen by random and will be notified by email.

The winner will need to confirm acceptance within 7 days of being notified. If the winner does not confirm acceptance within this timeframe, the promoter has the right to pick another winner.

Must be 18 or over

Prize includes free coffee for a year – 365 coffees (1 per day) – and the Martini cart –1 full keg (approx. 150 martinis)