Bringing you the freshest cup in London from literally the other side of the planet, New Zealand bean stalwarts Ozone have set up in a two-story, exposed-brick space in Shoreditch, where they'll handle roasting raw, green coffee cherries daily, unless Jimmy Carr possibly makes a guest-barista appearance.
Beyond espressos, lattes, etc., there's a brew station employing more exotic filtering methods, like having Full Monty dancers strain java through their... no, actually like the pour-over Hario (looks like a coffee cup sitting on a coffee cup), the beaker-like Chemex, and the chunky Swiss Gold, a reusable filter made with real precious metal.
Calm your jitters with sustenance ranging from orange & cardamom French toast, to Szechwan pepper squid, steak sandwiches w/ beetroot & aged cheddar, and pork & fennel sausages sided by mash & brown gravy, certain to have backbenchers queued up for miles.
Being Kiwis, they've also slung in a short & sweet list of NZ wines, and couple of taps pouring Meantime lager/pale, something 8 out of 10 cats enjoy getting roasted on.
Published: April 19, 2012 at 2:00am EDT
11 Leonard Street Shoreditch
London, EC2A 4AQ
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