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GQ on Best Coffee Shops in world and London

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Best 5 in world:

 

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/the-five-best-coffee-shops-in-the-world

 

Best in London:

 

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/londons-best-coffee-shops-cafes

 

Im sure these are not in the slightest bit controversial...


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With alcohol in it.

That's what the quote alludes to

 

What’s the coffee like? Strong (sometimes served with alcohol).

 

Grind has a good rep too. Just that is shit journalism .


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+1 on Holborn Grind


Espresso: Ceado E92 (modified for single dose); Vesuvius; VST baskets and refractometer.

Other: Aeropress, Sowden and Alessi Moka Pot; Mazzer Robur doser with Auber timer; Mazzer Mini E; Expobar Leva Dual Boiler

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That's great - the signs I put on the motorway bridges have kept the GQ journalist out

 

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keep calm and grind flat

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I've been to 5 of the places in London, Story and Rapha Cycle club multiple times and very good, Federation once and I had a good espresso, Fernandez and Wells isn't really a specialty coffee shop and I was really disappointed with Flat White

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We will all have niggles with the choices...but as mass journalism on specialty goes (and taking into account some recent horrors) this has to be considered perfectly reasonable.

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We will all have niggles with the choices...but as mass journalism on specialty goes (and taking into account some recent horrors) this has to be considered perfectly reasonable.

 

I agree - its a better stab at it than most, but seems odd to backend it with the rest of the world, to me it says - there's London and then your going to have to get a plane. maybe it will have a regional follow up, I'm just worried they don't find out about our pies and beer.

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