New packaging from Horsebox Coffee. Three years and counting. And still an excellent choice for fika.
Stein's asked "Where did you get your coffee while we were closed in January?"
Cherry Trees. And now my loyalties are split.
A morning ride to grab coffee had the added bonus of watching the polar express warming up.
One benefit of coffee to-go from Cherry Trees is the while-you-wait view.
Up early this morning, trying to beat the weather.
The plan was to head up the river Camel, heading to Wenfordbridge and the closed Snail's Pace cafe (open until the end of October in case you're wondering).
The sky looked promising as I passed the sailing club.
Wadebridge, where the sun was trying hard to break through.
The trail winds itself through woodland along the edge of the river.
Occasionally leaving clues about its history.
Before long (well, a while or two), Wenfordbridge arrives. The cafe looks like it'll be a lovely stop come March.
The way back was gloomy as the clouds settled and drained away all the autumnal colour.
Except the the occasional reminder of better times past.
On the way back a lovely coffee at Relish in Wadebridge - possibly the best coffee since Coffee Works Leadenhall.
And back home, just before the heavy rain hit (this is becoming a pattern).
Muddy bike and muddy gear = never a bad day to ride.
Oh, a tad over 55km in case you were curious.
Kafenion Amsterdam. Taste and a view.
Airstream Coffee at the Beach Hut Cafe, Harlyn.
When it's quiet a ½ decent spot for a coffee and a catch-up.
Hanging out in Wallingford, getting new specs fitted and grabbing coffee while spotting a person or more on a bike or two.
Bike 4 coffee
Walking to grab my morning coffee I noticed the water in the inner harbour was a tad low. Was it the plug getting knocked out, or maybe it's time for an inspection.
Sunny break, working from the harbour wall with a coffee from Stein's.
Yes, two days running (and there you were thinking I'd broken my one coffee a day rule).
A flat white view. So called because it's the view you get while waiting for your flat white.
Other flat white views used to be available before they knocked down Leadenhall Court (and more importantly CoffeeWorks) to make way for 35-stories of office space.
Sunbeams on sand banks.
Then back home for a coffee and planning chat, around the table that's been with us since George Street.
It was a tad chilly, but F decided to quadruple wrap and was therefore nice and snug.
I could, should, have been running. Instead I had a coffee and soaked in the view.