I remember the day when 'Best Coffee' changed their name from 'London's Best Coffee'. It was a big day in the coffee scene.
Heck, please don't read that in a patronising tone - I seriously do mean that it was kind of a big deal. Nothing else was really out there in such detail, and the app was such a great way to find all of those hidden gems tucked away in the side streets of the capital
I don't know about you, but whenever I'm out of town and visiting a new place, whether that's for business or pleasure, I spend quite a lot of time researching the area to find out where the best coffee places are. No? Just me? Okay, well this is awkward.
But seriously, if you're sick of settling for sub-par coffee whenever you're in an unfamiliar place, then this app is definitely for you.
'Best Coffee' is an anthology of coffee shops across the globe. What was first an app focusing on, yep you guessed it, London coffee shops, has now transformed into a guide to the entire world. I'd be lying slightly if I said I hadn't used the app to plan some of my holidays for this year. Guilty. I mean just check out how many shops they have listed in London alone - you're absolutely spoilt for choice!
The app is so sleek to manouvre through, and there's a very large number of coffee shops now on the app which you can scroll through to your heart's content. You can see that the people (or person?) behind the app has put a heck of a lot of work into this app, and I salute them for it.
The only thing they're now missing is Birmingham on there, and then we're all set. I'm sure, after a bit of research of just how much coffee is now popping up in the second city, that it'll be added to the guide soon.
For the price of one cup of coffee, you can purchase the Best [coffee] Guide from the app store of your choice (yep, it's not just for iPhones - huzzah)!