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92 Degrees Coffee

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by Kate Klimova (subscribe)
Cultural history student head over heels in love with Liverpool
Published October 16th 2016
Reach the utmost degree of great coffee

Welcome to 92 degrees

What can be more refreshing than a nice cup of coffee in the morning or a sneaky coffee break in the middle of a busy day? If you share this passion for coffee and delicious snacks, then 92 will surely become your best friend.

first combined coffee shop and micro roastery in Liverpool

The first thing that you notice even before you walk in is the rich smell of roasted coffee beans and freshly baked cakes. The quality of the coffee at 92 is outstanding indeed. The coffee shop claims being the first micro roaster in Liverpool, so you can watch the magic of your favourite drink being prepared before your own eyes. You can also take a little pack of happiness with you. The 92 collection includes three types of coffee from different corners of the world including Swiss water process, chemical-free decaffeinated coffee. Along with that, 92 degrees offers a variety of teas and iced drinks.

The food menu includes delicious cakes, warm pastries, bagels, and an ever-changing selection of appetising sandwiches prepared for you on site.

Among other bonuses of the place are friendly and chatty staff, comfy sofas and a selection of books you can read while enjoying your drink. All of these makes a perfect addition to your coffee break.

Fresh salads and excellent coffee

The name of the coffee shop comes from what is believed to be the temperature that coffee begins to be extracted while making an espresso.

Another interesting detail that deserves attention is the position of the coffee shop. 92 prides itself in being located in the old Liverpool school for the blind, the building with a rich history and importance for many people. Moreover, the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall sits opposite the coffee shop making it a perfect place for dinner before or after a concert.

For more information go to their website here, follow them on facebook here or follow them on Twitter here.

photos are taken from cafe website and twitter.
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Why? The place for a perfect coffee break
Where: 24 Hardman Street, Liverpool
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