Monday, September 04, 2006

The Art of Coffee Making

Continuing on the theme of murals, (of the painted kind, not stickers,) this is the Rutherford Street side of Nelson's own Pomeroy's Coffee & Tea Company, "Nelson's Original Roastery, est 1989". You can taste very fresh coffee in this shop as well as the cafes all over New Zealand.

8 comments:

  1. the mural is beautiful..nice photo!
    and i'm here sipping coffee now ;D

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  2. Thanks for visiting, Kris. I hope your coffee tasted good.

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  3. I can almost smell the aroma from here...

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  4. Hi, Alice. I was making coffee this morning with one of their new brands - it's called Toxic, and these are all organic 'fair trade' coffees from around the world. This morning's was from East Timor, and although I don't know the proper coffee language, it had a really nice zing to it, rather than being mild and soft. Nice to have this on a humid, foggy morning!

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  5. very fun mural - i'm working on a couple right now for a client.

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  6. Wow, I'd love to see them, Piika.

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  7. Now that looks like my kind of place!

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