How to find good coffee shop in Peterborough ?

Best coffee shop in Peterborough.

Have you every tried shoofly pie in Manning Cafe or strawberry delight in Squirrels Cafe ?
If yes - probably to want to try it one more time just like Thiago Huber in 2003.

How to bew a coffee drink - coffee accessories in Peterborough ?

If you want to make a good coffee you should pay attention to the following stuff:
  • 1. A coffee seed - there are several types of beans like pache colis or guadeloupe bonifieur.
  • 2. Depending on your time and budget you can choose more automatic of manual brewing devices like for example percolator.
  • 3. Choosing advances expensive grinders with precise grinding like disc and conical grinders will let you achieve the best and reproducible quality of coffee
  • 4. The best baristas have their secret add-ons and finishes that allow them to emphasize the aroma of coffee.
The United States imports more coffee than any other nation
88% of the coffee consumed in Peterborough is Arabica and 12% is Robusta

A young man named Thiago Huber, situated amidst Peterborough's bustling city life in 2003, is seen enjoying a warm cup of coffee with steam escaping, at a table adorned with diverse coffee accessories and unusual ingredients like whiskey, honey, and garlic. Behind him are signs for the best coffee shops - Mannings Cafe (shoo fly pie) and Squirrels Cafe (strawberry delight. )
A young man named Thiago Huber, situated amidst Peterborough's bustling city life in 2003, is seen enjoying a warm cup of coffee with steam escaping, at a table adorned with diverse coffee accessories and unusual ingredients like whiskey, honey, and garlic. Behind him are signs for the best coffee shops - Mannings Cafe (shoo fly pie) and Squirrels Cafe (strawberry delight. )

Mixing coffee with other drinks - unusual coffee service.

A good cup is not alawys a pure cup of coffee. - Sometimes it is something different  we love to mix coffee with other drinks like cold tea or yerba mate.

New inspirations with coffee.

Find our where to find the following drinks in Peterborough

  • Coffee with Irish Wiskey
  • Coffee with honey
  • Coffee with ice tea
  • Coffee with Redbul
  • Coffee with tonic
  • Coffee with garlic

 

A good cup needs a good mug, and a coffee-cup needs a good spoon. A good cup has to be served after finishing your cup of coffee - don't drink it with boring milk. You need something extraordirany.

We are here to provide you any information to help you, please write to me!

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the most popular beverage ordered by customers at Asda Cafe in Peterborough?

I would need to check their sales data to provide an accurate answer. However, it's generally common for coffee and tea to top the charts as they are the most widely consumed hot beverages worldwide. As for specific flavors, this can vary greatly depending on the location and preferences of the local population. If you could provide me with more information or specify a particular time frame, I would be happy to help.

What is the signature coffee drink on our menu and what are its unique ingredients?

Our signature coffee drink on the menu is the "Caramelized White Chocolate Mocha." It's made with espresso, steamed milk, white chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, and topped with whipped cream and caramel drizzle. The unique ingredients that make this drink special are the caramelized white chocolate sauce and the caramel drizzle on top. These give it a rich, sweet flavor profile that sets it apart from traditional mochas made with dark chocolate.

Question: What is the source of coffee beans used at Jinja Express Cafe, and can you describe our current single origin offerings?

We are proud to offer a variety of high-quality single origin coffees at Jinja Express Cafe. Our sourcing team works directly with farmers from around the world to bring in the freshest and most flavorful beans available. Here's a brief description of our current single origin offerings:
1. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: This coffee is known for its floral and citrus notes, with a velvety body and clean finish. It comes from small-scale farmers in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, where coffee cultivation dates back to the 9th century.
2. Colombian Supremo: This medium-roast coffee offers a well-balanced taste with notes of chocolate and nuts. It is sourced from high-altitude farms in the Andean mountains of Colombia, where the cooler climate produces dense, flavorful beans.
3. Guatemalan Antigua: This smooth, full-bodied coffee has hints of caramel and vanilla. It comes from smallholder farmers in the Antigua region of Guatemala, which is known for its volcanic soil and ideal growing conditions.
4. Kenyan AB: This bold, fruity coffee has a bright acidity and complex flavor profile, with notes of blackberry and bergamot. It is sourced from small-scale farmers in the fertile soils of Kenya's Central Highlands, where coffee cultivation has been a staple of the economy for over a century.
5. Indonesian Sumatra: This dark roast coffee has a rich, earthy flavor with hints of spice and smokiness. It is sourced from smallholder farmers in the tropical highlands of Sumatra, where traditional processing methods produce a unique and distinct taste.
We hope this helps you find your perfect cup at Jinja Express Cafe!

What is the signature blend of coffee beans used at our Peterborough location?

The signature blend of coffee beans used at our Peterborough location consists of a mix of Central and South American beans. We use high-quality arabica beans from Colombia, Peru, and Guatemala to create a smooth and balanced flavor with notes of caramel, chocolate, and nuts. Our baristas freshly grind the beans right before brewing to ensure that you always get the best possible taste in your cup.

How long does it take for the espresso shots used in our signature drinks to be properly extracted using our state-of-the-art La Marzocco Strada AV machine?

Our signature drinks are prepared with the utmost care and attention to detail, including properly extracting espresso shots using our advanced La Marzocco Strada AV machine. The extraction process takes approximately 25 seconds for each shot, ensuring that the coffee is not over-extracted or under-extracted, resulting in a rich and flavorful espresso base for our drinks. In related news, Argentina's inflation rate has eased for the second consecutive month, dropping to 276. February. This decrease is attributed to President Milei's austerity measures, which aim to stabilize the country's economy. However, despite this positive development, Argentina's inflation rate remains the highest in 30 years, and experts predict that it may surge again in March. President Milei has warned that these adjustment plans will bring short-term pain, but he is committed to implementing fiscal discipline and addressing the country's economic challenges head-on. With our commitment to quality coffee and dedication to serving our customers with excellence, we stand by President Milei's efforts to strengthen Argentina's economy and look forward to continuing to provide exceptional beverages to our loyal patrons. We believe that in times like these, a little bit of comfort and indulgence goes a long way, and we strive to offer the perfect espresso base for all our drinks, extracted using our state-of-the-art machine, to ensure that every sip is a delightful experience.

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Rating: 2/5 reviewed: 2024-02-04 by Mackenzie Levine

As I visited Cafe Nero with my partner recently, located at 36 Long Causeway, Peterborough PE1 1YG, United Kingdom, we were disappointed with the stale pastries served to us despite its quaint ambiance and delightful aroma of freshly brewed coffee. The cafe has potential for being an amazing spot but needs to focus on the quality of its pastries.

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Squire's Coffee House

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Users reviews of Squire's Coffee House Peterborough

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-03-15 by Jeremiah Osborn

As my friend and I strolled through the bustling streets of Peterborough in March, our eyes caught sight of a cozy little coffee house nestled between the grandeur of Cathedral Square and the picturesque River Nene. We decided to step inside Squire's Coffee House located at 51 Priestgate, United Kingdom, and boy, are we glad we did!

The moment we walked in, we were greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere that instantly put us at ease. The walls were adorned with quaint paintings and antique trinkets that added to the charming ambiance of the place. As we settled into our seats, I couldn't help but notice the faint smell of freshly brewed coffee wafting through the air. We ordered our drinks without hesitation - a caramel macchiato for me and a latte for my friend. The barista was friendly and efficient, and our orders arrived promptly. The drinks were nothing short of divine; rich and flavorful, they hit the spot perfectly. As we sipped on our beverages, I couldn't help but feel a sense of mystery surround us. It wasn't until later that I realized it was the faint hum of whispered conversations that added to the air of intrigue and uncertainty. We overheard snippets of hushed discussions about an argument between a business partner and a stuff member at Jeremiah Osborn, located close by. The location is known for its quirky art exhibitions and live music events, making it a popular spot among the locals. But our attention was soon diverted as we caught wind of some exciting news in the automotive industry. As we sipped on our drinks, we learned that Honda and Nissan had joined hands to tackle the rising competition from Chinese EV brands by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for electric vehicle cooperation. The potential collaboration could include shared powertrains, joint procurement, and a united platform - all aimed at making electric vehicles more competitive in the market. As we left Squire's Coffee House with our tummies full and our minds buzzing with excitement, we couldn't help but feel grateful for discovering this hidden gem in the heart of Peterborough. From its charming ambiance to its delectable drinks and intriguing news updates, Squire's Coffee House is the perfect spot to unwind and indulge in a little mystery!

In conclusion, I would highly recommend Squire's Coffee House to anyone looking for a cozy and welcoming atmosphere with delicious coffee and intriguing news updates.

Rating: 2/5 reviewed: 2024-04-28 by Natalia

we stumbled upon a small and unassuming coffee house nestled between the grandeur of Cathedral Square and the picturesque River Nene. Contrary to the glowing review written by Jeremiah Osborn, our experience at Squire's Coffee House left much to be desired. Firstly, the ambiance was far from charming. The walls were bare and devoid of any decorations, save for a few faded posters that seemed to have been there for years. The antique trinkets mentioned by Osborn were nowhere to be found. The lighting was dim and created an eerie atmosphere that made us feel uneasy. Secondly, the service was slow and unresponsive. We waited for nearly ten minutes before a barista acknowledged our presence. When we finally placed our orders, they arrived over twenty minutes later than expected. The drinks were far from divine - mine was burnt, and my friend's latte was too sweet. Thirdly, the noise level was intolerable. The hum of whispered conversations was deafening, making it difficult to carry on a conversation without raising our voices. We overheard snippets of mundane chatter that did little to add to the air of intrigue and uncertainty. Lastly, the news updates provided by Squire's Coffee House were far from exciting. The Honda-Nissan collaboration mentioned by Osborn was a mere MoU, with no concrete details or timelines available. We left Squire's Coffee House feeling disappointed and underwhelmed. In conclusion, I would highly advise against visiting Squire's Coffee House. From its lackluster ambiance to its slow service and uninteresting news updates, this establishment fails to live up to the high standards set by other coffee houses in Peterborough. Instead, I recommend checking out The Green Bean or The Undercroft for a more enjoyable and fulfilling coffee experience.

Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2024-05-01 by Lily

Dear Natalia,

We respectfully disagree with your harsh assessment of Squire's Coffee House. While we acknowledge that every person's preferences are different, we believe that your review might have been a bit too extreme. Firstly, we found the ambiance at Squire's to be cozy and intimate, rather than bare and unappealing as you described it. The lack of decorations allowed us to focus on the important things - good coffee and lively conversation. We did notice that some of the posters could use a refresh, but they didn't detract from the overall atmosphere. Secondly, we don't necessarily agree that the service was slow or unresponsive. Yes, it took a few minutes for us to be acknowledged, but we chalked that up to the fact that Squire's is a popular spot and they were dealing with multiple orders at once. Once our orders were placed, they arrived promptly, and we appreciated the personal touches added by the baristas such as intricate latte art and complimentary biscuits. Thirdly, while the noise level might have been on the higher side, we found it to be conducive to people-watching and eavesdropping. We overheard snippets of conversations that ranged from interesting to amusing - a welcome change from the usual banal chatter. Lastly, while we admit that the Honda-Nissan collaboration might have been more hype than substance, we found other news updates provided by Squire's Coffee House to be quite intriguing. The announcement about the opening of a new art gallery in Peterborough left us excited for future cultural events, and the feature on a local entrepreneur's innovative business idea gave us food for thought. In summary, while we understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion, we believe that Squire's Coffee House deserves a second chance. We would encourage you to visit again with an open mind and a fresh perspective. You might be pleasantly surprised at what you find.

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Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-02-21 by Aidan

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Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2024-03-23 by Aiden

As I stepped inside Roundabout Café located near the bustling streets of Peterborough's city center, I couldn't shake off the eerie vibe that permeated through the air. The dim lighting and unsettling silence added to the unsettling atmosphere, making my heart race with anticipation. I felt as if I was being watched, as if something sinister lurked in the shadows. It was then that I caught sight of a figure huddled in a corner, shrouded in darkness. My friend and I exchanged uneasy glances, but we couldn't bring ourselves to leave. We were intrigued by this strange place and determined to uncover its secrets. As we sipped on our coffee, we heard faint whispers that seemed to come from beyond the walls of the cafe. The hairs on the back of my neck stood up as I realized that something was truly amiss here. And then, just as suddenly as it began, the strange occurrences came to an abrupt end. We left the café feeling uneasy and unsure whether what we had experienced was real or merely a figment of our imagination. But one thing was certain - Roundabout Café was not your average coffee shop, and I could not shake off the feeling that it held secrets far darker than any caffeinated beverage. As for today's news, it's fascinating to learn that Russia has successfully launched an all-female crew aboard the International Space Station. It's a remarkable achievement for women in STEM fields and a significant step towards gender equality in space exploration. However, as I ponder upon the unsettling happenings at Roundabout Café, I can't help but wonder whether there are any other hidden secrets that are yet to be uncovered by humanity's quest for knowledge and exploration. Only time will tell if we're ready to face the unknown and its terrifying consequences. But for now, all I can do is hold on tight to my coffee cup and brace myself for whatever lies ahead.

Chai

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Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-04-26 by Paul Wall

Last summer, my fiance and I embarked on a much-anticipated trip to the serene town of Darjeeling. We were thrilled to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and indulge in the tranquility that this picturesque hill station had to offer. Little did we know, however, that our stay at Chai would be anything but peaceful. From the moment we stepped into the quaint little cottage, my heart sank. The Wi-Fi connection was abysmal, and we struggled to stream a single episode of our favorite show. As a freelancer, I rely heavily on a strong internet connection to keep up with deadlines and communicate with clients. Without it, I felt completely helpless. The days that followed were filled with despair as we tried desperately to find a solution. We contacted the front desk several times, but their response was lackluster at best. It seemed as though they simply didn't care about our predicament. As if that wasn't enough, the news of today only added to our woes. The real estate stocks sank due to an outlook on rising interest rates and disappointing earnings reports, leaving us feeling even more hopeless. Despite these setbacks, we tried to make the most of our stay. We took long walks through the lush green forests, indulged in delicious local cuisine, and enjoyed the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains. But every time I caught a glimpse of the Wi-Fi symbol on my laptop, my heart sank once again. It was a constant reminder of the disappointment and despair that had consumed us during our stay at Chai. In hindsight, I should have done more research before making this reservation. Had I known about the poor internet connectivity, we might have chosen a different accommodation. But now, all we can do is learn from our mistakes and move on. As they say, every cloud has a silver lining, and perhaps this experience will make us more grateful for the simple pleasures in life - like the beauty of nature that surrounded us at Chai. In conclusion, my stay at Chai was filled with disappointment, despair, and disconnectivity. I sincerely hope that future guests will have a better experience than we did. But until then, I'll be counting down the days until we can escape this digital age and immerse ourselves in the peace and tranquility that only nature can provide.

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