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From Henry VIII to Steve Davis via 1,000 bombs in the war. Amazing you can get a good cuppa in Brentwood

If it’s coffee or tea near a cathedral you’re after, Brentwood is actually not a bad place to try… You’d better be Catholic if you’re wanting to attend a Mass, but otherwise stick your head round the door and see … 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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Coffee, tea and lots of history in Salisbury

Our day in Salisbury began with a visit to the market. There we found Simon, running a fantastic coffee stall. He roasts and blends his beans in a village a few miles from here but can be found twice a … Continue reading

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