Cult uses Round Hill Roastery beans, as well as a few other guest coffees, to create their almost perfect brew and are always looking to source the best ingredients for their coffee.
The store looks quite small from the outside, but there's plenty of seating in the long and narrow building, should you wish to while away a few hours on a cold autumn afternoon. Sandwiches, salads, soups and cakes are also on offer, as well as the occasional doughnut pop up shop, in partnership with - the excellent, and well worth checking out - Jane Dough.
On top of that, the shop offers free WiFi and a couple of built in iPads for customers to enjoy during their visit - also free of charge.
As well as the freshly baked snacks and light lunches on offer, you can also pick up a few accessories for those who are budding at home baristas.
Using their own gourmet roasted blends - with a choice of around ten - Artisan Roast are well versed on the best brew methods for your choice drink.
Interestingly, not only do they offer beans for you to take home to make your own brew at home but they also have an online subscription service to ensure you never run out of your favourite coffee.
Enjoy a selection of excellent coffees (as well as loose leaf teas, hot chocolate and gourmet cold drinks) and partner them up with a side of stromboli, soup, salad, chilli, quiche and cakes.
Enjoy the free WiFi in a dog friendly atmosphere, and if the fancy takes you, buy some of their seasonal blends to use at home.
Good things come from inside blue police boxes (Dr Who fans will attest to that) and this tiny coffee shop, which makes use of the disused Police Box in Marchmont Crescent, is no exception.
Using Falkirk-based Roast Central beans to create great brews, the seasonal and small-batch beans they buy in insure a wonderful, fresh taste with every cup.
They also offer some light snacks and being so close to the Meadows, they make for a good stop off on a walk around the park.