Tag: coffee

Monmouth

Monmouth

I used to think that coffee shops were boring.  As it is becoming increasingly common as I mature, I was proved wrong. I have learnt that sitting in a coffee shop, you can observe many interesting things.  You might see the parade of people hurrying […]

Exmouth Coffee Company

Exmouth Coffee Company

Have you ever wondered what people’s houses look like inside? Does it look like organised chaos, with everything seemingly haphazardly strewn around but the inhabitant seemingly able to find anything in seconds (I’ve seen many work colleagues with varying degrees of this). Or, perhaps, does […]

Workshop Coffee

Workshop Coffee

Poky.   Usually used in a negative manner, it is often used to describe rather small ventures.   A better word that estate agents, those fiendish geniuses of double meaning (other choice words are best not used in a public space), use is cosy. In defence of […]

Jacob the Angel

Jacob the Angel

Expectation can be a heavy burden. Why, I can remember a friend who had built up his culinary skills to a great extent while he was seeking to increase pent up anticipation.  When everyone and their dog inundated him with requests to try his food, […]

Over Under Coffee

Over Under Coffee

I always wondered why the words “down under” seemed to always relate to Australia and New Zealand.  I found it particularly amusing as I came from there myself. Was it because that part of the world was so far away that it was out and […]