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this is how out of touch I am! didn't even know this place existed. A little out of my way for my usual Glasgow trip, but if i'm over on a Friday i'll try to come round to the shop.


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this is how out of touch I am! didn't even know this place existed. A little out of my way for my usual Glasgow trip, but if i'm over on a Friday i'll try to come round to the shop.

 

It's well worth it


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+1 on the above (and massively out of my way :) ). One of my favourite stops on the way home from Glasgow Airport, I often feel the need for a quality cup less than 10 miles in on a 350 mile trip :)

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in fairness its not THAT far out of my way. I visit our govan office often (well its just opposite the BBC building near the IMAX), and usually just pop round to the guys at cartel... but this is only a 5 min detour, so i'll make the effort next time.


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but this is only a 5 min detour, so i'll make the effort next time.

 

Gosh, what secret shortcut have you got to get all the way from Cornwall street to Deanston in that kind of time? Control over the traffic lights? A flying car? I'd love to know!

 

I hang out at the Cartel a lot, and I do regret that it's not easier to get over to IASH as it's a brilliant place to laptop for an hour or so, (10 minute walk vs a 45 minute walk sadly!)


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The shop turned two recently (although IASH is four) so we had a wee party last night. A rare sighting of the full IASH team in one place

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On 11/05/2019 at 10:11, robashton said:

Gosh, what secret shortcut have you got to get all the way from Cornwall street to Deanston in that kind of time? Control over the traffic lights? A flying car? I'd love to know!

Go right towards city centre, right at Seaward St then along Scotland St, right at Shields Road, left at St Andrews Road, up Darnley St, left at Minard Road and then right onto Deanston I reckon you're maybe 5-8 minutes.

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https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/coffee-travel-companion
Some nice words about IASH in this article which is only on bloody Lonely Planet
I'm forbidden from reading the article apparently. Maybe it's because of my Sassenach blood.

Congrats though & hope it brings lots of custom.
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It’s always great to see folk from here being successful. You took a risk @jeebsy  and it totally paid off. Super happy for all at IASH

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Well done Will. Great to see you doing so well.


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Blimey!! Well done Will. :classic_cool:

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Also thrown into the Forbidden category although I'm fairly sure I don't contain any Sassenach blood, it would have been nice to be able read the article.
Anyways congregations, all promo is good promo, & all the best for the future.

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