good coffee map (UK)

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Re: good coffee map (UK)

Postby melisandegosselin » Wed Sep 07, 2016 4:04 pm

I am a mad "Coffee lover" and keeping searching for stores which can quench my desire for delicious cup of coffee. Surfing on the web i found this online store https://www.javatimescaffe.com/, in this online store number of sellers are marketing their coffee beans. I was really impressed with the range, i ordered "Italian Roast" and i am very much satisfied with the quality!! :)
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Re: good coffee map (UK)

Postby Annajaden » Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:30 am

Hi Yelp is help to get coffee map in your region... :P
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Re: good coffee map (UK)

Postby helenp12 » Tue Feb 27, 2018 4:27 pm

I'm from Manchester and I'm always discovering great places to go for coffee.

Loving Ezra & Gil at the minute (here's their site if you're interested http://www.ezraandgil.com/)
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Re: good coffee map (UK)

Postby sicinius » Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:30 am

Very nice place near Baker Street just opened on the corner of Paddington Street and Chiltern Street.

The Temple of Coffee, decent Honduran espresso, Sicilian treats and chocolate from Modica, very nice looking panini and absolutely excellent Cold Brew from a big dingus in the window. Trying very hard as just opened. Lots of samples including the chocolate, pannetone and coldbrew.
Isomac Zaffiro, Eureka Mignon, Isomac Gram Macinino, Aeropress, Stovetop espresso, various Moka stovetops, 3 cafetieres, 50's glass Cona. Behmor 1600.
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