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reviewed Reverends Fine Coffee

63 reviews · 58 followers · 7 years ago

For the full review that contains fabulous photos visit the Bean Brewding blog post There is a small area to sit as you enter the coffee shop – where you can sit on the church pew and prepare to pay homage to the coffee. There is also a larger, quieter area past the counter. The standout features are the exposed bricks, the black ceilings and the hanging lights. It feels like the kind of place an artist or poet might sit to draw inspiration. MM went for the 70% dark chocolate version on the house blend, aptly named Trinity, with the creamy Maleny milk. Upon his first sip he said, almost to himself, ‘that’s really good … yeah’. With brewed and filtered options available on beans roasted by Peter Wolff Roasters and Cup Specialty Coffee, there is a coffee option to please even the most zealot coffee connoisseur. We had long macchiatos on the Trinity blend that provided a bright and balanced taste on the palate. The Spirit espresso machine looked divine and with Nick at the helm, provided divine coffees. Reverends is certainly a bright coffee apparition on Brunswick Street. Our original indicator of good coffee spot was if we chose to have a second cup. On our first visit we asked, ‘Should we have another quick one before we go to work?’40 minutes later we were still there … our second visit was no different! Reverends could easily become one of our Top Coffee Chill Spots. Want to know what a Top Coffee Chill Spot is? Visit

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