Get your fix at Bunker Coffee’s new Milton outlet Bessa Coffee
If you are an only child you might not be able to relate, but anyone that has a younger sibling can probably sympathise when a newcomer suddenly hogs the spotlight. For Bunker Coffee in Milton this isn’t an issue, as its new sibling Bessa Coffee is a welcome addition to the local coffee scene. Boasting the same consistently great-tasting brew and the same infectious attitude towards all things java, Bessa Coffee is another top-notch spot to get your morning pick-me-up.
If you’ve ever greedily clasped onto (and subsequently sipped deeply from) a cup of coffee from Bunker Coffee or John Mills Himself, you would have experienced first hand the intoxicating ambrosia that both nooks are renowned for. Now there is a third location where caffeine-crazy individuals can source some similarly fine pours situated a short walk from Bunker’s leafy Railyway Terrace hideaway. Bessa Coffee is the latest in the thriving coffee empire from Marcus Allison and co, situated in a stylish pod in the Coronation Drive Office Park. Sitting pretty at the entrance to The Link on Little Cribb Street, Bessa Coffee is set to anchor a new outdoor space purpose-built for workers to get out of the office and relax, eat, log in to free WiFi and get their hands on some coffee.
Bessa Coffee is already smashing out coffee after coffee for the throngs of locals flocking to get their hands on the quality java. Like Bunker around the corner, Bessa’s house roast comes courtesy of Five Senses, but rotating local roasters will occupy the second grinder for those who like to mix things up. In addition to the espresso-based coffee, Bessa also serves batch-brew java, hot chocolate from Heirloom Chocolate, tea by the pot and bottled iced coffees. Those feeling particularly snacky can nibble on Crust & Co. pastries and treats sourced daily from Alphabet Cafe, with food trucks looking to stop by around lunchtime throughout the week.
Bessa Coffee has been operating quietly since the beginning of May, but has officially opened as of this week. Click over to the Stumble Guide for opening hours and contact details.
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