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THROUGH MY LENS: LOST SHEEP COFFEE by Peter Sladen

A KAMILA COFFEE REVIEW

Lost Sheep Coffee is located near the bus station in Canterbury, Kent and it’s my default morning coffee shop. I’m always welcomed by the friendly faces of baristas Mike, Tom, Martha, and Alistair, and it’s the perfect place to start my day with a kick of caffeine.

The coffee is fantastic. Two grinders sit at the front of the counter and offer a single origin guest coffee and a special house blend roasted by Mike in their Coffee Roastery in Whitstable. Guest coffees are selected periodically by the baristas and there’s something new to try every few weeks! You can taste offerings from roasteries such as; Cast Iron, Koppi, Girls Who Grind Coffee, Hundred House Coffee and many more.

Mike has a real talent for nailing the flavours in his roasts, I always have to treat myself to an espresso and a flat white simply because I love to compare tasting notes in both. Quite recently Lost Sheep started roasting coffee especially for filters, and I had the experience of sampling their amazing beans from Sulawesi and El Salvador, just perfect for aeropress.

I’m always recommending this place to everyone I know, so find the Lost Sheep in Canterbury and just #drinkdifferent.

See:

Lost Sheep Coffee: https://www.lostsheepcoffee.com/

Photos: Canon AE-1 on Fujifilm Colour 200 35 MM FILM