So pretty! Hey guys, it’s Chika! Today, we are going to a famous coffee shop in Melbourne called Market Lane Coffee. Alright guys, are you ready to go get some coffee? Let’s go! As you guys may know, if you’ve seen my previous videos, I’m not a big coffee person. Hello. How are you? How’s it going? I think I’m going to get the flat white. Yeah, sure. I got a single shot yesterday so I’ll try the double. Cool, brilliant! So, a double flat white and…? What is today’s special? With our espressos We’ve either got a seasonal espresso blend, which is a Guatemalan with a little bit of an Ethiopian. So this quite round, rich, classic slightly chocolatey, kind of caramelly tones to it. or I’ve got a single origin from Ethiopia. This is a bit more like chocolate, orange kind of note to it. I’m gonna get the house blend? Yeah, certainly. and also with our filters, ones that I really like at the moment are either this one here the Jigesa from Ethiopia. So it’s got a bit of a sweet, lime flavor. For me, It’s almost like a lime candy or a pineapple candy in a way. It’s like really sweet. That sounds good. On a completely other side of that, I’ve got something like the Sao Judas from Brazil. This is much bigger, bolder, almost like hazelnutty, multi kind of sweet. I’ll try your favorite one. Yeah, the Jigesa? and you guys are gonna stay here, right? Yeah, fantastic. Also, did you guys want any cakes or anything whilst you’re here? I’m gonna get the hazelnut. The Hazelnuts one? Yeah. He’ll have the honey and almond one. Just to double check. We’ve got one of the flat whites one of the Jigesas, one of the hazelnut, one of the almond. That is gonna be 22 dollars all together there. The pour overs and a regular hot coffee the long black… is different? The way that we’d make a long black is an espresso and we top it up a little bit of hot water. Then these guys the pour overs. The filters? It’s almost like that kind of American style of coffee without the machine. and it’s brewed by hand. Could we get a long black as well? With this? Yeah, certainly! Okay, then it’s gonna make it $26.30. Okay. How long have you been working here? I’ve been working here for about 4 or 5 months. Oh pretty recently! Yeah. You’re from Melbourne? No, I’m British. Yeah, I’m from London. I used to work for a similar kind of company back in London. Big move! A big move, yeah. But a good one. It’s definitely a lot sunnier here than it is in London. Let me grab the receipt. Okay, thank you. Cool, let me give you that. Grab a seat and I’ll bring it over. Okay, thank you! This is Osaru-san’s long black. and I got a flat white. So pretty! Beautiful latte art. It does have a chocolatey flavor to it. Planning on becoming a coffee person. Now that I live in Melbourne. So trying different types. Comes with a card and it tells you all about it here. Here let me read you a little bit. This coffee was grown in Ethiopia’s Guji zone and processed at the Jigesa Washing Station. Pictured on the front are coffee beans. drying at the washing station. After being processed, the coffee is laid out for 10 to 12 days during which time, it is sorted and turned regularly to ensure an even and consistent dry. Tasting notes: floral and delicate with a sweet lime flavor. It has this tartness, but when you swallow it, it kind of disappears. I like the filtered coffees. Definitely. It’s like tea. It’s a lot more moist than I expected. It has the consistency of doughy banana bread. I wish they’d be open later! Me time does not start until like 11pm. I wonder what time they’re open. Alright guys, thank you so much for watching our video. Alright guys, bye!