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First thing: Espresso Yourself. One of our favourites. Our house espresso is a modern take on a classic. It’s a blend of two distinctive coffees, which combine to produce an espresso with a deep, rich chocolatey body, pronounced toffee sweetness, a complex fruity edge, and a hint of bittersweet cocoa at the finish. It’s well balanced and combines beautifully with milk, where it adds punchy caramel, smooth milk chocolate notes and gets even sweeter.

Next up: Brewed Looks Like A Lady, from El Salvador, small in size (the smallest country in Central America) but big in quality. We’ve drunk plenty of El Salvador coffees in the past, and this is an archetypal El Salvador red bourbon. It works in all brew methods, but really shines in espresso and in milk drinks, where the jammy-ness and chocolate make for a rich, indulgent flat white or cappuccino.

And to finish: (I can’t get no) Caffeination from Colombia. The clue as to why we’ve chosen this for the evening is in the name: yes, it’s a decaf! Not an obvious one, though – it’s quite hard to tell. It’s also rich, sticky and gooey in flavour – lovely and comforting – and combines perfectly with milk. Just the thing to ease you into la la land…