Local coffee roasteries are more and more common in Finland, with coffee enthusiast popping up their shops all around the country. Many of the Finnish roasteries are located in or near Helsinki, and ROST & Co. is one of them. We walk by a speciality coffee store Kaffecentralen very often, and the ROST & Co.… Continue reading Coffee by ROST & Co., the Lauttasaari roastery
Mood Coffee Roastery at Tarkk'ampujankatu 4, Helsinki, is a clinically clean coffee shop with artisan grade coffee. But are you in the mood for Mood? They have excellent roasts, but the cold atmosphere (and the two not-so-cheerful baristas) let me down a bit. Definitely worth a quick stop, but not one to make yourself too comfortable… Continue reading Are you in the mood for Mood Coffee Roastery?
When you enter an abandoned looking shopping center, you don't expect to find one of the greatest hidden gems in the Helsinki coffee catalogue. Maja Coffee Roastery in Lehtisaari is one of those that you should definitely dust off your bike for and cycle in for a taste! The cosy shop has a simple menu of coffee,… Continue reading Maja Coffee Roastery – Hidden gem of Lehtisaari
We have recently been to two new cafés in Cambridge and wanted to share our experiences briefly with our readers. Espresso Library is an independent café while Jamaica Blue is an Australian franchise with their first UK location now open in Cambridge. Espresso Library Finally - The Espresso Library is open just around the corner… Continue reading New cafés in Cambridge: Espresso Library & Jamaica Blue
Just a quick announcement! We will be at this year's London Coffee Festival on Saturday the 5th of April to participate in the wonderful world of coffee, coffee machines, tea, hot chocolate and amazing people. You can spot us sampling all things nice and talking about coffee at the Saturday brunch session (10am to 1pm).… Continue reading WhiskyBeans at London Coffee Festival 2014 (03-06 April)
Having found a job near Canterbury I was in a desperate need to find some good, local coffee in town. I ended up in the Microroastery, where I found: Freshly roasted beans and great tasting coffee, a new brewing method (the "espro press"), had a great chat with the owner and an interesting aeropress sample… Continue reading Visiting Microroastery in Canterbury
Due to a surprise quest to Nottingham I decided to scout and find a good place for a cup of proper coffee. A quick online search soon returned only one option in Nottingham - The Bean in Beeston. Beeston is accessible by a direct local bus from Nottingham centre, so why not? I took my… Continue reading Coffee adventures in Nottingham, visiting The Bean