BEAN There Done That: Best Coffees in Sydney CBD

This new kid on the block has got the "Right Stuff". Mikey (owner) and Dante (head barista and general manager) are the two gentlemen behind this newly opened coffee joint in World Square. Kingswood Coffee's space has a Victorian vintage fit out. They have a graceful approach to coffee making and they are some of the nicest coffee people I've met!

You can get both espresso based drinks and pour over filter coffee here. Sensory Lab's Steadfast blend for their espresso and guest beans from other roasters like Proud Mary for their filter.

They know how to utilise the steadfast blend's flavour profile well. The notes of dark chocolate came through my flat white's ($3.50) milk well. The milk had a nice temperature too.

 Guatemala Santa Felisa coffee roasted by Proud Mary

Guatemala Santa Felisa coffee roasted by Proud Mary

I also had two Proud Mary single origin filter coffees ($5.00 each). The Guatemala Santa Felisa had notes of stone fruits and orange honey. Then there's the single origin from Panama Finca Santa Teresa (from Toby Smith’s farm) that was sweet with lovely notes of Jasmine.

 Glazed brewnut

Glazed brewnut

 Glazed brewnut drizzled with generous amounts of melted Belgian chocolate

Glazed brewnut drizzled with generous amounts of melted Belgian chocolate

Pastries from Penny Four's and brewnuts (croissant donut hybrid) from Brewtown Newtown are also available (*fist pumps*). I got to try an amazing customised glazed brewnut drizzled with generous amounts of melted Belgian chocolate. It was pure bliss!

 Ham and cheese toastie

Ham and cheese toastie

I absolutely love their ham and cheese toastie. There's just so much comfort in a ham, gruyere cheese and relish encased well buttered toasted sourdough.

Originally posted on Ramen Raff