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A traditional coffee in Kluang; an exciting Liberica in Johor Bahru; and a lively local place for breakfast

A lot of travel guidebooks tell you it’s worth stopping at Kluang railway station for a coffee, but they don’t tend to go into the history of this place, which goes back almost 80 years. We got lucky with a … Continue reading

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Exeter: From indie coffee shops to pirates for tea

I had a hint that Exeter’s independent coffee scene could be going well as I watched their Indie Xmas Trail develop over on Twitter. The driving force behind that campaign was my first port of call in Exeter, although Café@36 … Continue reading

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The Bold Street Brews – Coffee & tea in Liverpool, anyone?

Bold Street in Liverpool has a bit of a bohemian feel – vintage clothes and record shops line the street. But it also has the best in town for coffee and tea. I’m not sure I’d ever actually walked up … Continue reading

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