Coffee can be brilliant. In the right hands, a cup of coffee is as unique and complex in flavour as a good wine or whisky. In the wrong hands, it's a dull mug of caffeine. Treat your tastebuds to some of the best coffee deals in Bristol that are cheaper than a self-service coffee machine in a supermarket.


Freshly opened in Stokes Croft is Ceres. Chef Dan Ingram, who has previously worked with the likes of Heston Blumenthal also has an eye for how to brew a great coffee. With a Melbourne-style blend being championed, it's a unique entry into Bristol and at that price, it's well worth your attention.

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Keeping in line with the local coffee roasting love, Emmeline source their coffee from the local Wogan coffee roasters. Situated next door to the Pipe & Slippers in Stokes Croft, the cafe is beautifully decorated and with their big windows facing the Stokes Croft crowd, there's plenty of people watching potential here. Also, their toasties are banging.

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Exchange Coffee Co.

If you're passing through Old Market on your way to work, it's worth picking up your morning mug from Exchange. Beans are sourced from local roaster Clifton Coffee and they're in a great location for a bit of people watching so if you don't fancy rushing off afterwards, you'll be well rewarded.

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Acting as a welcomed independent insertion into the mainstream-haven of Broadmead, PAPER Café offer some cracking coffee at a price that makes those well-established coffee chains look extortionate. They also have some superb cake deals on at the weekend if you fancy a cheeky break from the hustle and bustle of Broadmead.

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Published -15th November 2016