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Brew Lab | Artisan Coffee Bar

Brew Lab | Artisan Coffee Bar is a speciality coffee shop in Edinburgh serving single origin brewed coffees and espresso. We’re about exploring the possibilities of coffee and what a coffee shop should be – melding traditional and innovative brewing techniques and local artisan produce to create a new coffee shop experience.

You can find us at 6-8 South College Street, Edinburgh. We’re open from 8am-6pm Mon-Fri & 9am-6pm Sat & Sun.

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Victoria Arduino 388 Black Eagle & other new toys

We’ve had a few new exciting coffee toys arrive in Brew Lab over the last few weeks, the most notable being our new espresso machine – the Nuova Simonelli Victoria Arduino 388 Black Eagle. The Black Eagle is moving onto the bar while The Slayer will be moving to a new project that we’re developing to be revealed in a few months. The Black Eagle is a beautiful re-design of Nuova Simonelli’s highly respected espresso machine, the Aurelia II T3. It brings all […]

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El Salvador Finca La Illusion Natural Bourbon

This Sunday we will be preparing a very unique coffee from El Salvador for the Super Secret Sunday Syphon Society. Country of origin: El Salvador Region: Apaneca-Ilamatepec Mountain Range Farm: 3.5 hectares Varieties: Bourbon Process: Natural Brewing method: Syphon This coffee comes from a farm called La Ilusion that borders one of the most important national parks in El Salvador, known as ‘Los Andes’. The farm sits on the Santa Ana Volcano and is packed with dense pine and cypress […]

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El Salvador Finca Escocia SL-28 Washed Cup of Excellence

This Sunday we have a very exciting coffee on our brew bar for one day only – El Salvador Finca Escocia SL-28 Washed Cup of Excellence. Country of origin: El Salvador Region: Usulutan Farm: Escocia – Caledonia S.A Varieties: SL-28 Process: Washed Brewing method: Syphon The farm where this coffee originates from was initially bought by a Scotsman named Henry Adams Butter, who came to El Salvador from Dundee at the end of the 1800s. This is where the farms […]