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Apparently just north of London there is somewhere called Leeds (I understand it's near Birmingham, Inverness and all that.) Has anyone been there, and does anyone who has, know of anywhere good for coffee - perhaps near the train station - please? (I just Googled and Mrs Atha's rings a bell from an old Has Bean video?) Thanks!
I am new to the forum but have been a member for a while mainly learning about the machines and grinders etc. Where is the best place to get beans from around Yorkshire, are there any places where you can try before you buy? Apologies if the information on this is to hand! Spukey!
I have been digging around on this forum over the past month or so and thought I'd say hi. I'm pretty much a noob to espresso making though I've enjoyed coffee all my life. I've just upgraded from a Krups XP2010 to a Gaggia Classic and I'm just starting to work on pulling shots. They're a bit bitter at the moment but looking forward to playing around with the settings and learning how to dose, tamp etc. Going to take some time given that I can't drink more than 2 or 3 shots a day without climing the walls, but I guess thats part of the fun :-) I'm grinding my own beans, I have a Dualit burr grinder which I've modified to grind beans fine enough for espresso; going to see how that works out, I'd rather not buy a new grinder until I've written off the Dualit. Anyone using a modified Dualit (Starbucks) grinder and had good results? Thanks, Tim
Opposite cafe is an independent company of 2 coffee shops in Leeds. Opposite 1 is situated opposite the main steps to Leeds University serving up high quality and conscientious products for students and lecturers. Opposite 2 is in the Victoria Quarter shopping area in the city center! Sporting a range of brewed pour-over coffees as well as seasonal espresso from square mile in london. Opposite 2 has a great synesso manually timed extraction machine and both sites are directed by UK barista cha… More...