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    The black plastic is down, the latte glasses are up, the lights are on and the clock is ticking.

    In one hour Epic will be opening their doors and Im getting a bit keen.

    Normally that that excited by places opening but Ive been up scouting and the signs are promising - Ive also taken a few quick early pictures and Ive got the digie with me to take up there a bit later.

    Ive not had coffee at all for 18 hours, and Im steering clear of my colleagues peppermint jar.

    Once Im back Ill make a quick preliminary post and then tonight I will do a really big blog entry on Epic with all the photos and link to it from here.

    Ill be paying particular attention to the shots pulled from those big Synessos!

    Unfortunately I have no way to download the pictures at work so itll have to wait till home.

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    I was into my second shot before the question was asked – “are you Grendel?”

    By this time I’d already committed to a third coffee and made it as far as a fourth.

    The first shot was the custom blend – five senses beans. Wow.

    The crema was a ruddy rich reflection of the coffee underneath. I can’t say how long it would have persisted, because I wanted to pop the shot quickly. The aroma was amazingly complex and I fear that most of the espresso shots I have had before today were in fact pretty weak stuff. It’s a bit like having Cadbury dairy milk, nice enough in its own way, but then someone lets you try a handmade chocolate from premium stock – you really notice the difference. Maybe the analogy is closer to that of wine – A good cab sauv next to a great cab Sauv you will enjoy the first, but experience the second.

    That’s what these shots were – experiencing coffee.

    Mouth feel was immense, a rich, complex sustained chord. Unique in my experience (which I will admit is limited).

    The aroma while tasting was a timber caramel with a little fruitiness like stewed prunes in a dry oaky port.

    The acidity was balanced, there was a genuine spiciness to the coffee which added to the complexity and the aftertaste was chocolate tobacco. I was pretty stunned.

    I had originally thought to rate these out of 100 – but I find now that I can’t do that. This was very different to anything I’ve had before and I have no context for a numerical rating. Class of its own I guess.

    The second shot was the single origin. Capricorn Estate – Australian beans!
    I’m still a little disbelieving that they are Australian beans – never had anything like them before.

    Again a ruddy crema over an inky shot that clung to the demitasse. I’d describe the aroma as ‘fire in a cocoa factory’ a very rich slightly smoky nose that was again, very complex.

    The taste was something again that I have not experienced before with a complexity I would expect from a blend before a single origin coffee. I didn’t find the same level of spice in this bean as in the blend (not a bad thing - just a difference). Huge mouth feel again – could chew the shot and the finish was smoky but not dry.

    Of the too my preference would be for the blend, just because it was so vocal. But this is also the best single origin I have ever had in a café and a must-buy if we can get our hands on some of the beans.

    I went on to a latte with the blend.

    Practice makes perfect I reckon – this crew are very well practiced and it shows. Great microfoam – exact proportions for the latte and the temperature was perfect. In all the excitement I had been forgetting to take photos and only remembered when I got the Latte – I’ll take photos of the espresso and ristretto shots next week.

    Aroma of the latte was sweet and warm like liquid toffee and while tasting I would describe the aroma as toffee toast.

    This latte was like meeting an old friend for the first time.

    The last coffee of the session was a flat white. All flat whites at Epic come with a rosetta and the pictures of the latte art on the wall seem to indicate a level of attention to the presentation as well as the quality.

    Aroma was toffee again (this was also the 5 senses blend) and it was like drinking a toffee éclair – another well balanced full bodied cup.

    I won’t go into the debate about Synessos and Crema, I know too little to argue cogently for either point-of-view. The shots and the milk based drinks were excellent and far exceeded anything I have had in a café before – no question about that. I don’t believe even a great barista could have pulled those shots on a crap machine.

    I think Epic will become a landmark for coffee lovers in Perth. I have a mission to work my way through menu so I’ll be there a couple of times a week anyway. I’m looking forward to summer because I like nothing better on a hot afternoon than an affogato and Epic’s sounds very inviting.

    I’ve been looking for great coffee in Perth for four years and I finally think I’ve found it. I reckon Corey knows what he is doing.

    Ill blog this tonight with some photos and post the link.

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    Well it has certainly been worth the wait.
    I went up there for a look at lunch time. Corey and his staffs coffee has always done the talking, and with Epic its no exception.

    I tried a picolo latte of their custom epic blend, sensational, rich caramel flavours would be my first words to describe it. As soon as i had finished it i was salivating for the next cup.
    Second i tried was a thick rich velvet like ristretto of their Single Origin coffee of the month, the name escapes me but it was Australian.

    For the stainless-techno junkies, two 3-group Synessos and 4 Mazzer grinders will keep you happy. The layout of the place is very funky/trendy with chocolate browns and orange, with polished concrete floors, it looks sensational.

    Very well done Corey. All i need now is a job in west perth!


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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/0#1 date=1158905745
    I was into my second shot before the question was asked – “are you Grendel?”
    Yeah ... I ordered an espresso and was asked "are you Luca" straight away. Some people just love to spoil your fun ;P

    Cheers,

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    I think everyone kicked goals at Epic today!

    Managed to waste my entire morning in there... fantastic. The aussie single origin... yum! Would be a shame to only have that for one month.

    Have to go away for the weekend but thought I would get in a quick "well done guys"

    Cant wait to see what everyone else thought... so many coffee nerds!

    Up the Dockers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks for all the kind words guys, myself and my team really appreciate it. The guys have put in long hours training and I applaud their professionalism. We have the goal of making Epic, WAs destination must see *espresso bar. We look forward to the journey.

    Cheers
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    Corey,

    Must come and pay you a visit...

    What hours are you open?

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    Hey Java, were open 6.30-4.30 monday to thursday and 6.30-4.00 on fridays. Not open on the weekends. Would love to see you drop in mate.

    Cheers,
    Corey

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    I wish I had have known there were other coffee snobs in there (should have guessed of course).

    Ill be in monday morning to try the next item on my list.

    Heres a shot of the team at work.

    Ok its more a photo of the mazzers (where are my priotities. . .) but there are people there if you look closely!


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    OK - Ive blogged it - same stuff I wrote here mostly but lots more photos
    Epic Adventure

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    Hey Java, just wanted to let you know that we might possibly alter our finish time to half an hour earlier depending on demand. So basically we could be closing at 4.00 mon-thu and 3.30 fridays. Just wanted to let you know before you made a special trip and missed us.

    Cheers,
    Corey

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    wow, looks great! Cant wait until Im in town this November.

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    Looks like Ill be visiting Perth in mid to late October - at least Ill know where to find some good coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by corey link=1158883755/0#10 date=1158961938
    Hey Java, just wanted to let you know that we might possibly alter our finish time to half an hour earlier depending on demand. So basically we could be closing at 4.00 mon-thu and 3.30 fridays. Just wanted to let you know before you made a special trip and missed us.

    Cheers,
    Corey
    Hoping to make it Monday AM - probably fairly early....

    Looking forward to it with bated taste buds :D ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/0#1 date=1158905745
    I was into my second shot before the question was asked – “are you Grendel?”
    must have been the clipboard that gave you away ;) herr inspektor grendel

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    :p

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    sounds great Java.

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    I visited Epic this morning and all I can say is WOW!!! :) :) :)

    Coffee in Perth has hit a new level of excellence..

    I had an espresso (SO) and then two caps whilst my wife had two lattes and a flat white (american latte)

    The flavour was superb.... the milk texturing - you could not ask for better and the latte art on the flat white.... well you can see the skill of the WA latte art barista champion at work that is for sure!

    My wife is sure it is the best american late she has ever had!! (She likes less foam on a latte than the standard 1.5 cm)

    So well done Corey and Baristas....

    This is truly a "must visit" for those in Perth or anyone who is visiting Perth and desires a great coffee experience!

    PS... forgot to mention the level of passion that Corey and his staff have for coffee... You wouldnt find more anywhere.... infact you would be very hard pressed to find anyone else that passionate :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaB link=1158883755/15#17 date=1159156240
    I visited Epic this morning and all I can say is WOW!!! :) :) :)

    Coffee in Perth has hit a new level of excellence..

    Yup - WOW says it all doesnt it?

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    this has me intrigued. where is Epic, is it in the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clinto link=1158883755/15#19 date=1159256075
    this has me intrigued. where is Epic, is it in the city.
    Yes--- it is in Outram St West Perth just down from the corner of Hay Street....

    Definately worth a visit :)

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    thanks.

    I should have read Grendels review first. I think i might have to go for a drive up there when I get back to perth.

    It should make a nice change, I have been in singapore and KL the last few days, and they are way behind. I ordered a latte with my breakfast this morning and i got probably 400ml of milk and a single shot.

    Ive been in KL today. Our parent company has a big exec lounge at head office. its like an airport lounge, but perhaps a bit flasher. anyway, you are waited on, they take your coffee and food orders and go away and make them. I could hear the sound of a semi auto from another room so thought i would get something better than instant. they didnt understand doppio espresso... i got a weak americano. after that I amused everyone by going behind the bar and making my own. it was an entry level seaco auto which we have at another office (so i have played with them briefly before). they had the grind set fairly course and a small dose, so with a quick tweak i got something acceptable.

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    Hi
    I visited Epic yesterday late morning, i was going to only have 2 (1 espresso, 1 double ristretto) but had to try a double shot piccolo latte while other half had juice. All were beyond good. Left to go get lunch and go do some work but had to go back for a takeaway double shot flat white. 3 hours later work done drove back to west perth for more. 1 more double espresso for me and long black for better half. while waiting for her to finnish i had a short mac at coreys recomendation. :) :) :)
    If i didnt live 150 km from perth i would be there twice a day. It is by far the best coffee in perth. i will be there every monday without fail.

    Well dell Corey and all the staff.

    LE [smiley=happy.gif] [smiley=happy.gif]

    ps the coffee was made by a different person each time but the quality was the same. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]


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    Hey Le, thanks for dropping in mate, we appreciate all the kind words. We look forward to your Monday visits :)

    Cheers mate,
    Corey

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    A colleague of mine just came back from her first Epic coffee - She want to tick all the excellent boxes on the assessment sheet and reckons shes never had a better coffee - sounds like the quality is holding up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/15#24 date=1160026567
    sounds like the quality is holding up there.
    Well if our beans arrive tomorrow (looking unlikely today).... Ill have em divided up and ready for delivery on Monday- at said coffee establishment- so we can do some more tasting.... ;)

    Any time best for you?

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    Early before work is best but for beans I can MAKE time!

    Usually Id get up there between 7.30 and 8.00 but Im willing to work to your timetable on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/15#26 date=1160030072
    Early before work is best but for beans I can MAKE time!

    Usually Id get up there between 7.30 and 8.00 but Im willing to work to your timetable on this one.
    Sounds good to me... that way if Im forced. ::)... I could probably stay for another coffee.... or two.... or ?????

    Ill shoot for 7:30.... Corey be prepared (might be an opportunity to discuss a WA bean distribution point as well ;))

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    Checking my routine - Id make it there around 7.45 if I get todays run of buses and trains.

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    Yeah well help out any way we can. If its coffee were interested :)

    Cheers,
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    Hi all
    Went to epic a couple of times again monday and every coffee was perfect. Keep it up guys you have lifted the for perth coffee.

    LE
    ps see you monday :)

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    I have been frequenting Epic since it first opened. Collectively I would have had at least 50 coffees there and I can happily say that not 1 of them has been short of absolute gold... Finally a leader and team that is so passionate about what that do. Nothing but professionalism pours through to the cup that touches my lips.

    This is a must for everybody to experience on a regular basis.

    The knowledge and enthusiasm that the staff hold is amazing, but what is even greater is the pleasure that a perfectly poured coffee brings to you, only which can be experienced at Epic.

    The capricorn estate single origin is amazing as a ristretto with so much texture, body & sweetness being carried through the aroma and a lasting finish that could be described as orgasmic.

    The Epic custom blend is so versatile it can be drawn as a ristretto, machiato even a piccolo latte.

    For those of you that have not experienced epic... What the hell are you doing??? Get down there and pay Corey and his crew a visit and experience the magic that is EPIC.

    Tell everyone about this place.
    5/1297 Hay Street, WEST PERTH

    Keep up the first class work guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris002200 link=1158883755/30#31 date=1161073097
    For those of you that have not experienced epic... What the hell are you doing???
    Living on the other side of the country... ::) :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoota gal link=1158883755/30#32 date=1161074127
    Living on the other side of the country... ::) :P
    As per the saying "on yer bike then"...... ;D

    If you can, you must try Epic.... It IS sensational....

    And there isnt any excuse for those of us in Perth- that is for sure.

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    Unfortunately I am waaaay on the other side of the city. But Ill try to find an excuse to get down there one day. What am I saying... coffees the excuse!

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    150 km round trip?
    worth it everytime ;D

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    Bought some of the custom blend beans from Epic today. Have a few friends coming over on the weekend so Ill put out a good brew for them.

    Word around town is spreading about the quality of coffee at epic. Seems like every third person I speak to has experienced and or heard about Epic.

    Seems like the number of regulars is fast growing and I can see why.

    I personally rate Epic as the best coffee in Perth without a doubt.

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    Thanks Chris, we appreciate the kind words. And yes we certainly do try to push the boundaries of what we are currently seeing being served in WA cafes. You, along with Michael (grendel) were our original die-hard loyal customers. Thanks.

    Cheers,
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    Chris,

    That new SO is from Nicaragua I think. Ill ask Corey about its provenance next time I am in - or alternativey he can tell us about it if he catches this thread today. I tried a ristretto of it about an hour ago. I really enjoyed it, quite different to the capricorn - Ill need to have a couple more to become properly acquainted with it (I only had a single ristretto - should have made it a double but I was also having the affogato. . .).

    I had been worried that the affogato might mask the coffee too much but the ice cream is not overly sweet and acts as a terrific contrast making it easier to identify some of the flavours (at least if you get to it before it all melts together!) so I think Ill have to try the new SO like that later this week.

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    Grendel,

    Just tried another double ristretto of the SO about 30 mins ago. It is growing on me... I agree with you about it being different from the capricorn but this is still a real exciting coffee.

    I also saw a group order 2 affogatos. They seemed well impressed.

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    They might have been from my office - I keep sending them up and watching them come back down with glazed eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/30#40 date=1162290243
    I keep sending them up and watching them come back down with glazed eyes.
    Now thats a new one,

    ODing on Affogatos ;D,

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendel link=1158883755/30#38 date=1162277623
    Chris,

    That new SO is from Nicaragua I think. Ill ask Corey about its provenance next time I am in - or alternativey he can tell us about it if he catches this thread today. I tried a ristretto of it about an hour ago. I really enjoyed it, quite different to the capricorn - Ill need to have a couple more to become properly acquainted with it (I only had a single ristretto - should have made it a double but I was also having the affogato. . .).
    I was in there this morning for the first time and had (among other things) a double ristretto of the Nicaraguan - it seems I missed the Capricorn by a couple of days. The Nicaraguan was quite different to anything Ive had in Sydney before, so Im hoping to make another visit tomorrow morning to try it again.

    Its late now so I cant quite recall any precise flavour notes, but the mouthfeel was almost like could chew it. Different, but I liked it. I just hope I wake up early enough to get in there tomorrow and back to my hotel in time to make my 9am meeting!


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    well, I got up early and dragged one of my colleagues along yesterday morning. I need more time in Perth to go through the whole menu! mmm.... Belgian Mocha....

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    The Nicaraguan coffee on offer at Epic is the San Juan del Rio Coco. I had a double ristretto and a Piccolo Latte of it today and it is growing on me. Ive Googled the Cooeprative that produces the coffee and they appear to have both fair trade and organic certifications, so another bonus there as well - I would expect that kind of purchasing from Five Senses though.

    Corey, you might want check taht out with 5-Senses and if I got it right I know a few of your customers would be interested to see that up on the board (Unless it is there and I missed it!)

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    After my couple of trips to Epic, I think all you folks in Perth are very lucky! Living in Townsville makes it a little on the expensive side to go chasing a nice double espresso. $300 return to Sydney, $600 for Melbourne or a lazy $1200 to go across to Perth make the $3.30 for a coffee a rather expensive cup!

    Many thanks to Corey and his team at Epic, the passion for good coffee is evident, and the Custom Blend, well I just hope people dont become blase about it, with the various SOs that will come out over time. It really is exquisite, with a flavour that is distinctive and addictive.

    Now all I have to try and do is get a close approximation of them at home on my machine.

    Keep up the good work Corey and Team. Two Thumbs Up!

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    I called into Epic yesterday morning and ordered a double ristretto custom blend. Amazing! The custom blend has been tweaked and in my opinion I believe it to be the best coffee available in any of perth cafes.

    The new blend has really raised the bar again. Mouth feel, texture & body are so intense yet so smooth. It really is a coffee that can be had all day long.

    Keep up the good work guys.





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    Thought Id add my voice to the positive consensus here. Epic certainly does make kick-ass coffee.
    I for one do appreciate the time put into making each coffee. Having been a barista (I believe I can actually use that term) in a VERY busy cafe in a local shopping center I have come to know two things. A) It takes time to make good coffee and B) the general populous does not understand this and believe they should have what they ordered within 30 seconds of ordering it ...regardless. ::)

    But enough of my gripe, back to Epic ... The coffee is fantastic but Id like to mention the Hot Chocolate (I know it has a proper name but do you think I can think of it right now?) I discovered this treat yesterday and I just have to say it is heaven in a cup. Melted Belgian chocolate and warm milk - mmmmm.

    Corey and the team are definitely doing it right. Its not just about the coffee, its the whole package. Theyve gone to a lot of trouble to source the best products from the coffee to the light meals right down to the nougat (Oh the nougat). Im well and truly addicted to the entire Cafe. And the added bonus is that Corey and the team make it such a pleasant place to visit. The cafe seems to exude an enthusiastic, friendly atmosphere.

    Thank you for upping the standard, not just of the coffee but of the entire experience. [smiley=dankk2.gif]

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    Welcome to CoffeeSnobs Lisa [smiley=thumbsup.gif],

    Sounds like youll fit in here right from the word go :)... Will look forward to seeing more posts from you as time goes along. All the best,

    Mal.

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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    Hey LisaB, Glad to hear that you are enjoying Epic as much as a few others around here.

    I agree with you on the hot chocolate. I havent had anything like it before. A word of warning... they become addictive...

    Have you tried the affogatto from there yet?




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