Since the restrictions have lifted somewhat in the last months we have finally been able to find more Coffee Shops and try them out. So here is another selection of Indy Coffee Shops that we have found in and around London…
Well we have been working for a very long time on this map, as in since the end of 2019 and we are still updating and will continue to as long as we drink coffee – so forever. This is a map of all the places in London that we have visited and what we … More Fancy a Coffee in London?
Welcome back to our blog we have not been active recently, mostly because there hasn’t been much to do or see. Well except drinking Alcohol, Tea, Coffee… and this post is about the latter so without further ado. Usually we do a minimum of three but this time only two. We will returning to our … More Iced Coffee and Bubbles!
It’s time to review more coffee shops and this time round some more random choices.
Once again because there is literally nothing else to do, hopefully that will change soon! But in the mean time we have been trying independent coffee shops for you guys so here is what we have found…
Over the last few weeks we have been drinking a few Bubble/Milk teas and telling you all about it, but we have also been trying to find new Indy Coffee shops to try out and so here is another collection of places we have found for you to try.
We went a long time without ever trying Bubble Tea but eventually succumbed and got a drink at Bubbleology which sadly was a faltering start. We found that bubble tea is not bad but what we have tried could be better. But Bob found another variation to try, Milk Tea!
Want to have #Badcoffee with #Badcustomerservice then go to #clissoldpark where you can have both. #Awful #Bad #Horrible … More Crappy Clissold Coffee
The weather has been nice (which has been a shock) and we have got bored of our usual coffee joints and wanted to try something new. We have been eyeing the Bubbleology shop for quite a while now and thought why not?!
The Regent’s Canal in London is 200 years old this week. But the canal isn’t just a waterway for Narrowboats, but for so much more.