If you love coffee this place is a must stop. With over 20 coffees to sample plus teas plus chocolates the price if admission was worth it. Entertaining and interesting DVD all about the turbulent history of coffee around the world plays while you sip. Then there is the museum. What can I say?! Audio is very informative and you can tell it is the recording of a coffee impressario. Well worth wandering through.
Gift shop could have done with more coffee related curios mini grinders, pots, filters etc but all in all well worth the visit.
This place is wasted on folks who don't drink coffee. The museum may interest but it is being able to taste the black gold that is worth the price of admission.
It opens at 9a and I would make sure you arrive before 10a as you will have the place to yourself for at least an hour before the crowds arrive.
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