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Sunday, October 17, 2004

I finally got a chance to visit the new Stockfleths shop yesterday. Last week was filled with job related stuff that made it impossible.

It was quite easy to find, located at a corner in Dronningens gate. Very easy to spot. Inside it was even nicer than I had imagined it to be. The first floor includes window seating, the coffee bar and beans, coffee equipment etc. Down in the cellar they've placed cosy sofas and more seating. According to Tim they may expand even more down there. He showed me what is now the storage room. It is huge and can be used for several purposes in the future. When I dropped in Tim was busy painting the walls in the cellar, but he took the time to chat and demonstrate the very cool Kees van der Westen espresso machine. He even let me make a shot and steam some milk (activated with foot pedals, very cool). Apparently it is harder to make a perfect shot with the lever, but if everything clicks the result can be even better than on the LM, theoretically anyway ;).

Oh man, coffeegeeks in Oslo are lucky people.

Btw, it is possible to buy green beans there! and Tim told me they are considering selling home roasting equipment in the future.


View from the street
The shop
Tim brewing a shot
Female barista brewing a shot (don't know her name)

10/17/2004 10:24:00 AM  

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