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Canterbury: Tales of great tea and coffee near England’s Cathedral HQ

Canterbury does its best to mix the ancient and the contemporary – and it’s no different with its coffee shops and tea rooms. The two coffee shops we found both opened in the last 12 months, but with different coffee … Continue reading

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From Kardomah Gang to contemporary coffee shops & surfing centres – Swansea has it all!

I thought at first that the ‘Kardomah Gang’ was Swansea’s equivalent to the Ma Baker and Al Capone stories we’d heard about on our American coffee and tea tour. After all, I’m sure in the 1930s and 40s, Swansea must … Continue reading

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Singing Leicester’s praises for its coffee shop and tea room…

I wonder where Engelbert Humperdinck used to have coffee or tea when he lived in Leicester? He’d moved on by the time our two venues opened up, so it’s over to us to sing their praises instead… It wasn’t hard … Continue reading

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