Delectable Coffee That Helps People

by Nisha Kotecha
(London)

A cappuccino at Paper and Cup cafe in London

A cappuccino at Paper and Cup cafe in London

The coffee as made by someone recovering from addiction. As trainees at Paper and Cup, people recovering from addiction gain the confidence and skills they need to increase their chance of securing paid employment. It was a great coffee!

More info here: http://goodnewsshared.com/2014/12/04/paper-and-cup-cafe-bookshop/

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Aug 29, 2015
a very good
by: pistachio

looking cup of coffee. I can't do it that good at home.....

I am sort of wondering,, were the recovering barristas trying to come out from under a Coffee Addiction??

Although if it were true, it would Seem counter productive.

For me as an ongoing and forward thinking coffee addict - there would be no better place to be in a recovery than making coffee....

What is best for a coffee addict whether Ongoing or Recovering is................

another cup of coffee !!!!

pistachio

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