BeanBrewding reviewed Dangerbird Coffee
For the full review and fabulous photos visit http://bit.ly/Jox7d0 A quaint suburban set of shops houses CoffeeGuy in Wooloowin. The decor inside had the feel of a coffee house from yesteryear. It had a homely vibe with a strong essence of coffee … It was like sitting in the warm belly of a freshly roasted Nicaraguan Maragogype. We had a great chat with the barista who was excited about the Indian single origin that was grown in a unique setting. It was recommended as black so it was a long black, doppio and long macch … Just to mix it up a bit! It was a bit like Indian surprise … It seemed to be standard and give somewhat of a coffee hit and then it sweetened on the palate and left a buttery feeling in the mouth. It got better and better as it cooled. The cascading milk through the rich, black macch provided more sensory excitement. CoffeeGuy has 3 blends and a single origin on offer to tempt your palate. There are no filter options to drink but plenty on the well stocked shelves. So it was a different blend for each bean – short black on the Costa Roaster – the lightest end of the blends, a piccolo on the Italian – the darkest and an iced coffee on the Signature – the piggy in the middle! The iced coffee was like Cafe Grande ice cream in a cup … Just the thing to cool down a heated theory swapping discussion. If you want to smell the roasting experience, Monday and Wednesday are most likely roasting days but as they roast on demand … you never know. CoffeeGuy in Wooloowin is a relaxing place in the suburbs to be enveloped by coffee.