Back in 2017, Dalston Coffee, a tiny coffee shop was in born in Raval, inspired by the atmosphere of Dalston, a hip district of East London.
Borja is a chef. Before diving into the coffee world, he has been working for several renowned establishments. At this time, he didnt really know about specialty coffee. He discovered this world after tasting a flat white in London. That very moment, he realized he was drinking something really different, a new drink actually.
For drink we had Finca El Salvador roasted by @nomadcoffee, with chocolate notes and very good body! This worked really well in the balanced cortado. The temperature was well balanced and the barrista came with excellent recommendations.
For the espresso we had a coffee bean from Honduras, which very sweet and fruity. It did give a strong punch of almost sourness but the bold after-taste arrived in the end. A very complete espresso but perhaps a bit too specific for new beginners in the specialty coffee world.
The place is a true hole-in-the.wall place where people from all parts of society are grabbing a good quality cup of specialty on the go. The space inside is small, with a few decorative seats on the side. In addition to the coffee, the menu is simple with some food options from @yellowbakerybcn. Upon arrival we felt Borjas passion for coffee, the atmosphere is modern but funky and the simple design lets the coffee vibe definitively stand out
A very unique and authentic coffee experience on the go!
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Batch BrewHario V60Aeropress
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