When you next need a caffeine fix and you're out on the high street, our coffee expert recommends you go to coffee chain Caffe Nero.
In our snapshot taste test of high street coffee chains, our expert tested a small Americano and cappucino from Caffu00e8 Nero, Costa, M&S Cafu00e8, Pret and Starbucks.
Caffu00e8 Nero scored highest for both its coffees, with our expert praising the quality of coffee and depth of taste.
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Caffu00e8 Nero offers two shots of espresso as standard in all of its coffees. So although they might cost you a bit more - we paid £2.05 for its Americano, compared to £1.95 at M&S Cafu00e8 - they're worth it.
Our expert Giles Hilton said the quality of the Nero Americano was excellent with a 'rich smoothness you'd expect of a Central American coffee with an edge of spiciness indicative of an African coffee', rating it nine out of ten.
He also like the Costa Americano and praised the 'smoothness and body', scoring it seven out of ten.
However, Pret did not impress. Its Americano was described as 'plain, thin with too much water' - and only scored three out of ten.
Caffu00e8 Nero also topped the score board for its cappucino, scoring eight out of ten. Giles said it had the right balance between coffee and milk. He similarly liked the cappuccino from M&S Cafu00e8, giving it a score of seven.
Pret's cappuccino only scored four. It was served with too much milk, which had been overheated and gave a caramelised flavour.
Here are our full findings (with ratings out of ten):