Cafe Decor Coffee Review

Cafe Decor Coffee Review

By Mike Gregory


OK, this is a REALLY random one!! I spend half my life talking about paint on the Decorators Forum UK, but I feel like a bit of a fraud writing about coffee, simply because I don’t work in the coffee industry. I don’t know anymore than anyone else who enjoys a cup of milky brown every morning. Does that make me an amateur? Anyway, regardless of being unqualified, I figured I’d have a crack at a Cafe Decor Coffee review.


Coffee – Paint – Repeat!


I suppose we should start talking about the coffee. My normal coffee (Dow Egberts) is like the typical Everton fan, verry bitter. Especially after I add two heaped teaspoons of the stuff (gets me out of bed though).


Café Décor is different! It’s more refined. You get a nice taste of fresh coffee without the bitter aftertaste. It feels like a grown-up connoisseur’s drink. It’s very nice.


Anyway, I can’t really say anything else about it because I haven’t got a clue what I’m on about. Try some next time you order from TopDec, it’s about £6.


About TopDec Decorating Supplies


I need to fill in a little bit of space on the blog since I can’t write 300 words on coffee, so I thought I’d tell you a little bit about TopDec. If you’re on social media, you’ll already know who they are.


TopDec are probably THE MOST modern independent paint merchant you’re ever likely to come across. Easily accessible by anyone online, they house all the most modern brands under one roof, including a couple of brands which are close to my heart. WRX Trade paint being one of them!! High-end gear that gives me a great selling point when I’m targeting the high-end customers.


They also do all the HMG paints, Q1 masking tapes, Caparol, Fussy Blokes, Tesa, Festool, the list goes on. They’ve even got the new Teknosceiling 02, which is getting so much attention at the moment!! The prices are fantastic too!! If you’re looking for alternatives for the big 3, then TopDec are almost a one-stop shop for everything!!

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Cafe Decor Coffee Review