If you think you’re serious about coffee because you once had a proper cup of Nespresso, then prepare yourself. Because this place in Coal Drops Yard is on another level when it comes to state-of-the-art machinery, expensive coffee tasting, and various brewing methods. Given the meticulous - and at times, mildly hilarious - way this coffee is made (and then served to you like it’s the elixir of life), this spot is much more suited to a sit-down situation where you can watch the ‘cafelier’ practice their ‘coffeenomy’ and yes, enjoy their arguably excellent coffee. Expect big prices.
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