Inside the brightly light, cream-hued Workshop Brothers café lives delicious coffee. Axil Roasters have been providing the blends and Monk Bodhi Dharma providing the single origins, but Workshop Brothers have branched out and created their own everyday blend called the Huntly. It’s a peachy tasting medium roast with a crisp sweet aftertaste, delicious in a flat white. All the white coffees are $4 for a small. Black espresso varieties are $3.80, and they’re all brewed with the daily single origin. The cost of filter coffee varies depending on the bean, and the pour overs are a little pricey at $7 a cup. There’s a 30 cent discount when you bring your own reusable coffee cup, and Workshop Brothers also sell Frank Green brand cups for those late adopters who don’t have one yet. Hungry? Grab a Nutella croissant to go.
Time Out says
Workshop Brothers is good for the sweet tooth who enjoys their coffee with a bit of a fruity aftertaste and their pastries with a generous dollop of Nutella.
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