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This place is worth catching a train from London for.”Possibly the best coffee served in Scotland, says Jeffrey.

Tinderbox, Glasgow One of the first quality cafés to appear in Glasgow’s modern café scene, this was set up by family-owned Glasgow roasters Matthew Algie, says Jeffrey.A warm and friendly welcome too.“The Plough redefines what a pub can be,” says Dale.“It aims for excellence with everything it does – coffee, food, service – and hits every time.Former World Barista champion Gwilym Davies takes coffee to new heights here.”Tina We Salute You Local Hackney venue with a very intimate feel.“Great coffee and tasty food served on a communal table or at comfortable retro sofas,” says Jeffrey.Taylor St Baristas, Brighton This company has done a lot for coffee, not just in Brighton but in the UK as a whole, says Max.

“There are several stores dotted around the capital but this little Brighton branch is still my favourite.”This speciality coffee house always offers three different types of espresso and three different types of filter coffee and will explain which is best depending on what sort of drink you wish to have: flat white, cappuccino etc. Cafe Boscanova, Bournemouth This is Dale’s Bristol highlight.

“The man behind this project has been behind the scenes in the coffee industry for more than 10 years and he is taking a full court press approach to his speciality coffee shop.”Provedore Tapas, Falmouth Established in 1919, an institution and one of the finest coffee and tea venues in the country, says Jeffrey.

“A beautiful and traditional venue that is owned and run by fine purveyors of coffee, Taylors of Harrogate.”Bold St Coffee, Liverpool Dale says this is one of the loveliest cafeé he knows.

Chris Salierno is the marketing director at La Marzocco coffee machines Dale Harris is wholesale director at Has Bean Coffee suppliers Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood is the UK Barista champion and owner of Colonna & Smalls Jeffrey Young is editor of ‘The London Coffee Guide’Very popular artisan roastery/café set in edgy Redchurch Street, just off Brick Lane, says Jeffrey.

“Very energetic, buzzing environment that is well suited to the local scene.

Each month new artists feature works on the walls of this hidden gem.