Cherry beans coffee. Shop 1/45 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont. Lots of open space in this cafe – large open windows and high ceilings. This is likely to try and dissipate the heat from the roaster when it’s running. The food prices owe a lot to the nearby tourist haunts – the person ahead of me in the queue orders two big breakfasts, at a little over $28.
Coffee is unusual: there are a lot of choices for caffeine drinkers, including a single origin, but just the one decaf. It has quite a nutty flavour, though for some reason I’m not a huge fan.
Good to see someone roasting in a tourist district.