Full Court Press, Bristol

New cafe Full Court Press has opened on Broad Street in Bristol and it adds itself  to the list of good quality coffee connoisseurs. I enjoyed a well-made soy latte made with BonSoy milk and Mugomera coffee by Roundhill from Burundi.

‘How do you drink your coffee?’ determines what you end up drinking and mine was beautifully done. I’m sure my untrained palette picked up dark cocoa and woody flavours.

We chatted a lot about coffee with the staff and it was hard to say goodbye to the delicious beverages. The ex-boutique off Corn Street is grade II listed with an original fireplace from the early 19th century building,  spacious enough to sit in for a while.

There are cakes from Bosh and pastries from Harts Bakery. It’s a great addition to the Bristol coffee scene with an emphasis on quality and no gimmicks.

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Full Court Press, 59 Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2EJ. 07794 808552.

2 responses to “Full Court Press, Bristol”

  1. Agree 100%. I was in there on Thursday: lovely staff, great setting, fantastic coffee. Another great addition to the Bristol coffee scene, which had to be one of the best in the country.

    Brian.

    1. I was going to tweet you! It’s really lovely and plan on going back there soon. Did you try the stilton and walnut shortbread? That was memorable, in a good way.

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