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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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We had Great Expectations for tea and coffee in Rochester – and we weren’t disappointed

I’ll have to re-read all the Dickens novels to look for references to tea and coffee. After all, he may well have known good places for a cuppa in Rochester given how often he passed through there, and used the … 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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