Persistent identifier:
00660469
image: of 452
HENRfTfiGlT,
TEA, COFFEE, AND SPICE MERCHANT,
167, HIGH-STREET,
CORNER OF! ALBION-PLACE,
Theke extensive Premises were opened for the sale of Teas, Coffees, and Spices, on the 25th November,,1848, on a principle which the Proprietor professed should introduce unprecedented advantages. It now remains to be. seen, if these professions have been realised, and if the Public have not just reason to hail his undertaking. A command of Capital, experience, and every facility, has given him advantages which he could not otherwise possess, and to which he still trusts for carrying on a business of such magnitude.
To those parties by whom he has been kindly patronised, he tenders his best thanks, and (with confidence) solicits a continuance; and those who have not hitherto given him their patronage, he respectfully invites to a trial—feeling assured that alone is wanting, to ensure their future good-will and support.
MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE.
The roasting of Coffee to a proper degree requires great nicety: if it is underdone, its virtues mil not be imparted; if it is overdone, its fine aromatic flavour will be destroyed. The finer Coffee is ground, the more perfectly will its virtues be extracted in making. Powerful machinery only can perform these operations in perfection. Families, Hotel-keepers, and large Consumers, who study economy, should also be aware, that one pound thus finely ground will go nearly as far as one pound and a half rough-ground in the usual way. If you would enjoy the pleasure of Coffee-drinking, procure the above, and use good sugar, as bad destroys the flavour of both Tea and Coffee. The Proprietor, impressed with this fact, tor the accommodation of his Tea and Coffee Customers, has selected from the West India Docks a most Splendid Stock of
mVERY QmCBWTIQM QF STOARS.
OBSERVEI
HENRY KNIGHT, Proprietor,
167, HIGH-STREET (Corner of Albion-place),
113
;?l 4?
I
Facebook Twitter Stumbleupon Delicious Digg RSS