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A coffee shop in Dublin called 3fe is offering what is arguably the least compelling tasting menu of all time — featuring water. To be fair, it’s not your average coffee shop, and the menu isn’t for the average water drinker.

The goal of the tasting menu, owner Colin Harmon told the Independent, is to help customers get better acquainted with their coffee and encourage them to consider how water quality can directly impact coffee quality.

“If you’ve a cup of coffee in most places around the city, what you’re drinking is 85 percent water,” Harmon said. “And water has a huge impact on how coffee is extracted, and how it tastes.

“When you grind coffee and mix it with water, lots of different things in the water — calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate — have a huge influence on how the coffee is extracted.”

Harmon was motivated, in part, by customers who would buy a bag of coffee from 3fe and then complain that it tasted different than it had in the shop. “They’ll come back and say it brews really, really badly, and they might blame us. But they might not realize it’s the water.”

The water taste test, which is offered to customers at 3.50 euros, or $3.70 USD — the same price as a cappuccino or espresso at 3fe — is meant to show customers that water can have a significant impact on the overall flavor of coffee. At least “90 percent of people will see that the four glasses actually taste completely different,” Harmon said after a week of initial testing.

The café does, by the way, offer free, filtered water to its customers.


A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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9 Irish cocktails every Irish person needs to try once >

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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A Dublin coffee shop is charging €3.50 for a 'water tasting' menu

3FE IS ONE of Dublin’s most popular coffee shops. In fact, it’s a bit of an institution.

Last week, it launched a new tasting menu for coffee connoisseurs who “want to take the time to have a more taste-oriented experience at 3fe”.

But one item on the tasting menu has raised a few eyebrows.

Sneak peak from our new coffee menu

A photo posted by 3fe (@3fecoffee) on Nov 16, 2015 at 8:55am PST

As you can see, it’s four shots of water for €3.50. A pretty hefty price for water, no doubt.

People aren’t one bit impressed.

The boom is back lads! There's now a water tasting menu in @3FE - €3.50 for 3 shots of water! #Notions https://t.co/56mhi1Ukxe

&mdash Karen Spellman ⚡ (@Spellerman) November 26, 2015

Colin Harmon of 3FE tells DailyEdge.ie that the water tasting menu is intended to raise awareness of how the quality of your water affects the taste of your coffee.

Harmon says that the quality of your water — whether it’s soft or hard, for instance — has a “massive effect on how the coffee extracts and how it tastes”.

The water tasting menu offers customers the chance to try four samples of water – standard bottled water, soft water, boiled water and 3FE’s own water – and then learn about which water makes the best coffee.

For example, bottled water may taste best, but it’s terrible for brewing coffee. The more you know, eh?

Harmon tells us that “not a huge amount” of people have tried the water tasting menu yet.

And on Twitter, 3FE reassured people that they usually “comp” it anyhow.

@fergohall @LovinDublin tbh honest it's just a bit of fun and we probably comp most of them.You should come try it,you might be surprised

&mdash 3FE Coffee (@3FE) November 26, 2015

In short, Harmon says that it’s “not for everybody” and probably only of interest to “real coffee nerds”.

Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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