Tried the Peru Juan Santos Atahualpa in a doppio. Excellent! The card says “Apricot and citrus acidity upfront. Full body with a sweet, nutty caramel and cocoa finish.” Very easy on the palate, could not find the apricot, but the nutty cocoa was definitely there. Nice bean, excellent barista.
There was a nice ambiance in this small but well set up cafe and there was a constant flow of customers mostly with takeaways. The owners greeted many of the customers by name. Coffees were mild and mellow and possibly lacking a little in flavour (for our taste at least). All in all a good experience on a cold wet morning when the rest of Albury seemed to have shut down.
Great little place to visit, very friendly & helpful staff and knowledgeable owners. Coffee is great, the one of two available for tasting today is a nice Balanced coffee, not overly strong but very pleasant. I was hoping I could sample more of their local roasted beans, but only had one local and one overseas. Still not going to stop me buying some beans to take home. :)
Could smell the coffee roasting as I drove through town on a cold winters day. Followed my nose to Zoi and ordered a house blend southern Italian FW. It was a nice without being special. A bit mild for my liking. I will try the single origin next time. They have their large coffee been bags for sale. Proceeds go to local charities. Worth checking out.
Thoroughly enjoyed my long black. This is the second time I've visited, the second time I've had really good coffee and taken some home with me. Really fresh roast. Enjoyed a small chat with the lovely folks there. Really looking forward to my zoi coffee at home
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