Watson, Shane
April 2005
New Statesman;4/18/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4736, p58
Offers a discussion about coffee that can be bought at the Tea and Coffee Plant coffeehouse in London, England. Statement that the workers at the Tea and Coffee Plant are from New Zealand and Australia; Quality of the coffee at the Tea and Coffee Plant; Statement that the coffeehouse is owned by Ian Henshall.


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