But for a fair comparison, I also needed to try the Three Doors Down blend as an espresso. As with the mac, there is an impressive amount of balanced natural […]
And then, because I always love a good comparison, I tried the Three Doors Down house blend as a mac. Such a nice, balanced, enjoyably sweet coffee. It lingers with […]
And then to finish on a mac…?? Why the hell not?
Doing a u-turn in preparation to run away from Newport, I spotted out of the corner of my eye this sign, as remembered a recommendation from someone that I needed […]
As macs go…this was another one. Not too commercial (taint wise), but still very dark. Apparently they also have single origin coffees here, but not today. Bit of a shame […]
O_o hang on a sec. Went to Brothers Albert expecting to find @Meccacoffee and found this instead. It can’t really be a year and a half since I was here […]
Only other option today at @axilcoffeeroasters was the @samplecoffee Pacemaker, so I had it as a mac. Seems different than I remember it. Didn’t quite punch through the milk as […]
To finish up I tried the Coffee Brothers seasonal blend as a mac. Having just had two coffees as a light-med roast profile, this coffee certainly wasn’t shy in smacking […]
Wow…. That was a surprise. Well played @pabloandrustys … House blend is tasting great today.
This coffee is balanced, with a light mouth feel. It’s juicy with a red apple med-high acidity and a clean coco finish. It is delicious… and… It is the house […]