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Atlas Espresso Hobart

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

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Altas Espresso, Hobart, Tasmania

Cafe competition is hotting up in the nation’s southernmost capital. Atlas Espresso’s baristas may well feel that they are carrying the weight of the world is on their shoulders to produce consistently good coffee for the streams of corporates and tourists that flow through the door. Long a site of quick respite for the many public servants and office workers in the surrounding buildings, Atlas Espresso is stepping up to meet the demand – and does a pretty good job. There are no pour overs or syphons here, just consistent espresso and milk variants, straight up. The service is friendly and welcoming, no attitude displayed for requests for hot milk or extra weak decaf soys, just a genuine desire to provide customers with their drinks quickly and efficiently. Classic cafe fare of muffins and toasted pide available, in a bustling space. If you are looking for a pick me up that you won’t want to put down, Atlas Espresso will not disappoint.

 

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The Old Barber Shop Espresso

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

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Welcome to Richmond Guys, it’s nice to find you nestled onChurch street just a stones throw from shopping on Bridge Road. A lot of love and energy has been invested in the revamp of Richmond’s historical old Barber shop that sees me now tapping my foot to classic tunes and a bamboo inspired fit out. They have set up Barber Shop 3 months in and pay homage to their heritage and are devoted to the caffeine craft, you will even spot an inspirational piece from local artist Catherine Abel as you enter. You cant resist a moment catching rays on the deck or soaking up the vibe inside listening to the soundtrack of your life as Danny and Tren t kick start your morning, lunch or afternoon with some quality food and passionate brews.

They host an exclusive Barber Shop blend from Genovese that is a powerful pleasure on the lips and all the way down. The guys here have a commitment to good quality coffee every time and an ever changing single origin to knock your socks off. To finish my visit today I am sipping on an Indian Balmadi Estate origin, a creamy mouthful with tones of star anise, malt and a pleasing sweet finish. Divine! Fine! Sublime! If you’re a local, you’ve probably already heard on the grapevine what I’m talking about and they may already know how you drink your coffee, if not, head over and say Hi from MCR!

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Famish’d

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

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Feeling Famish’d??

You wont be once you’ve visited this legendary CBD coffee and lunch haunt of many. Nestled smack bang in the centre of the hustle and bustle you’ll find Famish’d on Little Collins street in between Russell & Exhibition. Seriously scrumptious treats, salads and winter warmers to compliment a solid St Ali Specialty Coffee and Single Origin espresso.

The boutique familiarity of St Ali’s specialty coffee invites a deliciously full and fruity blend with a mild acidity that triggers a mouthful of flavour. An espresso that simply melts in the mouth. I couldn’t go past the indulgence of a creamy flat white and lamington as I watched the world go by and the afternoon coffee drinkers buzz around me. A beautiful spot in the centre of the CBD and a two beaner worth finding on that fairly famished occasion.

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Cafe Bisqui

Friday, September 16th, 2011

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What a little treasure to find a quaint spot in the city for a moment to daydream. It really was quite unexpected to walk into this sweet cafe to be greeted by smiling barista’s and a low buzz of lunch time in the city. Proud of their home made quality treats and sweets that compliment a solid Toby’s Estate blend from Woolloomooloo. My latte was promptly delivered with a neat rosetta and a smile. I sipped to find a well textured, all round good coffee at perfect drinking temperature. It was creamy, pleasant and well made by my barista.

Cafe Bisqui faces onto Flinders Street and is a stones throw from Fed Square camouflaged by city buildings but worth seeking out for a quite instance of joy. A nice spot for a bite to eat while you get some work done or watch the world go by. It’s most certainly a ‘locals’ cafe in the city and will no doubt surprise you with its warm welcome presence and slow you down for a much deserved coffee occasion.

 

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