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Espresso Lab Microroasters

3 Reviews
Coffee, Light meals
Phone Number 0214470845 Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm; Saturday 8am to 3pm

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Details

Cost
R60 avg main meal
Food
Coffee, Light meals
Cost
R60 avg main meal
Ambience
Coffee
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
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Store description

This passionate speciality coffee roastery has a handpicked selection of imported green beans roasted in small batches at low temperatures on the premises. The owner has spent some time in Scandinavia – an approach leading to an aroma that is subtle on the palate. They can attest to the provenance of each of their beans, complete with tasting notes and optimal brewing conditions. Most of their beans are organic and they offer single origin beans as well as blends. Escape the Saturday market crowd by ducking in here for a Black Ice.
Ethical shopper tip :Dear Me and Loading Zone, among others, serve their coffee in the CBD.

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User reviews

3 Reviews
    Ok, so they don't serve any food ;) But the coffee is the best in Africa. I particularly love the Cascara Fizz, Pico and Cortados. Coffee cretins may find the aromas and flavours too complex.
    Oslo has some of the best coffee roasters in the world. Their influence is clear to see at Espressolab. They whole point of high grade single origin ethiopian coffee is to get the most out of the acidic fruity notes in the coffee. Espressolab is the only place I have been to in Africa where they have mastered this. It's not everyone's cup of coffee, but then again black label is also the most popular beer in SA.
    Don't bother with the espresso - it is so acidic it has nothing to do with good coffee. And when you try to share your opinion as a client you get a lecture by the waitress how this one is a very special type of coffee from Ethiopia etc.ect.

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