I always needed Mum to wake me up for school and this morning A Mother’s Milk woke me up for work.
Are farmers’ markets a fad or are they proving to be a vital contributor to the wellbeing of this state?I always needed Mum to wake me up for school and this morning A Mother’s Milk woke me up for work. It’s a simple boutique that offers great food and locally roasted specialty coffee from The Coffee Barun Roastery. The simplistic aspect of the coffee side is that they only use single origin beans instead of offering a blend. This ensures a unique coffee taste across all the coffee options and brewing methods. After having a good chat with the Barista about his views and theories on coffee, he suggested I start with an Espresso of Columbian. The first taste produced an almond sweetness but as I continued, it had a crisp acidity come through and an excellent mouth feel throughout. I ordered an Ethiopian Harrar for my latte. It was presented with a symmetrical rosetta on top as the latte art. The taste of the Harrar was very clean and bright with a hint of tart sweet fruit. The Tweedvale milk was textured beautifully and complemented the coffee well. Both coffees were produced by a barista happy to have a quick chat while making my order. A Mother’s Milk has a rustic, urban feel to it that seems to fit nice and snugly in the area. It’s been quite popular ever since it first opened in February 2012 and it’s not always that easy to find a seat. I suggest keeping this place a secret all for yourself – Mum’s the word with this one. A Mother’s Milk 105 Unley Rd Unley