26 Jul '18, 1pm

@inrng Worth a read

@inrng Worth a read

Given the capital city’s influence, there’s no denying that Parisian roasters have helped to facilitate the growth of specialty coffee, not only within Paris city limits, but far beyond. Travel around the country and you’ll often see some familiar names popping up, like Belleville at Bordeaux’s Black List, Coutume at Montpellier’s Nook Cafe. Parisian specialty cafes have also served as the launchpad for several coffee entrepreneurs around France, like Benjamin Wright who opened Mana Espresso with Alex Seal in the summer of 2015. Wright started working at Coutume in 2012, then moved on to Café Loustic , before heading south to Aix-en-Provence for their own joint. “Our ethic is that a coffee shop should be the preserve of no particular social set. Open for everyone and a destination for the community, that provides fantastic produce, whether in a cup or on a plate, with the ...

Full article: https://sprudge.com/beyond-paris-specialty-coffee-takes-h...

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