Posts by Author: 22 posts by Kasia
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Bethnal Green road is an interesting one. Connecting trendy Shoreditch with hipster Hackney, it’s in that strange not-quite, gentrified limbo where chicken shops and charity shops stand side by side organic corner stores and artisan coffee. A juxtaposition of culture and communities that don’t always see eye to eye. But

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If you love coffee (and cakes and treats and everything else) as much as I do, you’ll want to check out the new app ‘Ordoo‘. I’d never heard of it, but was aware of ‘order ahead’ style apps that were already out there (I think Starbucks uses it?) and so

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bagel boy

I was first introduced to Bagel Boy when Frankee called on me for a spontaneous lunch out back in the good old days of first year when there was such a thing as ‘spare time’, *sigh*. With venues in three locations around Bristol, this indie hotspot serve up the tastiest bagels

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We’ve all been there. We’ve purchased our lovely bag of speciality coffee, enjoyed that first delicious aroma only a newly opened bag can exude and made our favourite barista flat white/espresso in the comfort of our own home. But what do we do now? How do we preserve that rich

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Almost everyone is familiar with Google, others might also know about their Google Campuses, since they hold countless events, from yoga sessions to Product Management 101, in locations ranging from Madrid to São Paolo. However, did you know that the London Campus also has a café open to the public?

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Between pop-up galleries, pop-up bakeries and pop-up shops, Stokes Croft is considered as one of the most bubbly areas of Bristol. Almost every week a newly painted graffiti brightens up the walls of a building and an interesting event is taking place just around the corner. Every visit for me is like

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Lucia

Hi Everyone, Lucia, here! I was once asked a very interesting question, “If you could identify yourself with something, what would it be?” That had never crossed my mind before and it took me about three days to come up with an answer — I even asked my mom for

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With today’s high standard of coffee, there can be a lot of confusing factors that go into making a great cup. That’s why we want to share with you a brief introduction to the various brewing methods you can use at home. However remember not to scrimp on the coffee

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dav

I may be a little bit old-fashioned, and maybe a little suspicious, but when Fabian and Lilly invited me over to the Playground to try their Espresso Martini my first thought was: ‘Aaaah…caffeine and booze together? Really?’ Well, for as much as I hate saying it out loud sometimes it

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Coffee Origins “Coffee has never been better than it is today.” James Hoffman 1 From Africa, through Asia to America – there are many coffee-growing regions within each country. Today we decided to discuss a little bit about the main coffee producing countries and the tastes associated with them.  Africa Ethiopia

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