As far as physics is concerned, Unified Theory describes all fundamental forces and the relationships between elementary particles, in terms of a single theoretical framework. In Melbourne, Unified Theory is an Espresso Bar located at the ground floor of a King Street apartment complex.
This fresh space focus on specialty coffee without hassle, and serves it in smooth Acme cups. I was fortunate enough to chat with the owner this morning, who I actually met back in 2010 at his previous cafe, Mies, in Spotswood. Paul has kept things simple, focusing purely on quality coffee. Unified Theory has all the right tools to bring out the best from the beans, with the main counter boasting a shiny new La Marzocco Linea PB, two Mythos One grinders, an EK43, and a Moccamaster for filter brews.
The fit out is as crisp and clean as the coffee, with freshly painted white walls, white tiles, and milk crates for outdoor seating. You can grab a sneaky treat, with a choice between a Bronuts and pastries from Brioche by Philip.
Today’s single origin was the Colombian Imbachi, roasted by Seven Seeds. This washed Caturra was grown at Finca Buena Vista, which is located 1753 meters above sea level in the Huila region. As a long black, it had a smooth body, with cherry chocolate highlights.The perfect amalgamation of body, flavour, and mouthfeel. The Unified theory in action.
270 King St
Melbourne VIC 3000