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Barista Jam Your Search Is Over

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Like you're coffee? Nothing wrong with being a big fan of Joe Black; people the world over start (and often finish) their day with a coffee, perhaps a mocha by morning, a stiffening Arabica in the afternoon.

More than 53 countries grow coffee beans and the brewed results are the second most popular drink globally, after water. So we understand the attraction.

Barista Jam call themselves the specialist coffee professionals and in Hong Kong at least, they just might be.

Not only do they make great coffee in just about every style you can imagine, but they sell selected coffee and even green beans for those avid caffeine-addicts who cook in their own home labs.

You can get domestic espresso machines and grinders as well as some of the harder to track down gear, like moka pots, Japanese syphons, aeropresses, Mypressi and French plungers (they're starting to sound like a sex shop).

If you like to play home barista they also sell the likes of tempers, frothing jugs and tamp mats.

Your hands shaking yet?

Barista Jam
Shop D, G/F, 126-128 Jervois St, Sheung Wan
Tel: 2854 2211
www.baristajam.com.hk

Nuts & Bolts
Good coffee for true coffee lovers

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