5 Brilliant Places for Mr Eion Coffee

Local coffee roaster Mr Eion has gone from strength to strength since launching in 2013. But where are some of the best places to sample his wares. Here are just five of our favourites: 20151024_131830

Cairngorm
When they originally opened, Cairngorm was ploughing the thankless furrow that is trying to make Matthew Algie coffee taste good. They soon teamed up with Mr Eion to develop a custom blend that really suited their needs. It sits very nicely next to their excellent sandwiches and wonderfully appointed little Frederick Street café.
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Colpamia
A roast in much more of the traditional continental style, as suits their Sicilian heritage, Roseburn’s Café Colpamia provides evidence of the sheer range of different coffees that Mr Eion is producing. The café is a really quirky spot, too, with their haggis bruschetta well worth trying.
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The Counter
Having started out with one little police box in Morningside, The Counter has now expanded its operation to include three boxes and a canal barge. They’ve recently had a lovely splash of publicity after winning a competition resulting national TV advertising exposure. This was due recognition for this create coffee and cake business that serves both to a very high standard.
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Gamma Transport Division
Right across the road from Mr Eion’s shop, Gamma Transport Division capitalises on one of modern urban living’s more unexpected associations – great coffee and cycling. A shop of real warmth and charm, even for those who don’t partake of the pedalling, Gamma is well worth a visit for a cracking good coffee.
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Odds & Ends
Smartly appointed Polwarth café Odds & Ends opened towards the end of 2014 and quickly established itself as a very enjoyable place to stop of for coffee and tasty treats. If you haven’t visited yet, make sure to do so soon.
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