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Head for them hills!
Leura is pretty ripe cafe territory, the 'cafe in the mountains' has become quite a popular theme in recent years with innumerable little places turning up, some are good, some are bad and some are great! Finding the differences between establishments is somewhat of an adventure for the beanophiles in the SydneyCafes team. So we checked into the Wayzgoose Cafe to see if they had anything to offer us. Famous for serving up scones in flowerpots, which is sort of cool. Go in for a pie and you'll feel pretty happy with the outcome. A little on the pricey side, but then that's Leura for you. It is sort of a shame that all the quaint little coffee shops up in the hills became trendy and now have trendy prices, I'm quite cheap like that though, so don't take it to heart. It's worth it what with the current economic climes of coffee shops ...
Can Caffeine-free Coffee be Sexy?
It's scientifically proven that coffee and sex go hand-in, er hand? The mental stimulation that our morning caffeine hit provides, if given the chance, can transmute, via a downwards energetic concentration, to the pelvic area, or "base chakra" for those who prefer their long black conversations to be splashed with somewhat more milky new age alliterations. Of course, for those whose morning coffee is automatically accompanied by a visit to their workplace, the energy charge is sublimated (Freud got this bit right) into urges channelled towards corporate conquest ... but for those who enjoy coffee at home, should the situation permit and the object of one's desire be complicit, then yes, coffee is very sexy! But what of coffee's distant cousin, the caffeine-free herbal coffee? Is this the celibate's beverage du jour? For the caffeine-sensitive ...