Belaroma coffee

After visiting a gigantic Do It Yourself father-paradise in Manly Vale we just had to stop at the nearby Belaroma, a very popular coffee place filled with people, food and wonderful coffee.

It smells wonderful there because it's actually a huge coffee roaster with a restaurant / coffee place built on one end of it and the aroma of the coffee roaster surrounds the building ("Scratch and sniff blogs are needed", a friend writes me). Along the entrance you can see huge stocks of green beans in their bags ready to be roasted.

Lovely climate and beautiful crowd

Lots of coffee brewed
Latte art poured:

A choice of coffee beans (also single origins) to take home

Espresso and latte looking good

Colombian and Kenyan beans that we took home, 15 AUS Dollars per 250g. We opened the Kenya and it's wonderful.

Over 1000 KG from Costa Rica did not pass QA

Hey, Ethiopia Djimmah, I have those greens at home too

Nicaraguan beans



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