Ahh, cold November rain. What better time for a hot latte or cappuccino. We have coffees from Peru and Sumatra on drip today. We’re also getting pumped for the funk and jazz jam tonight at 7. X-Files on the big screen, wi-fi; you could just park here for hours.
Closed today due to staff shortage
We have Bourdain on the big screen. In the urns we have the polarizing Ethiopian. It’s a natural process coffee so the bean picks up the coffee fruit flavors, kind of a cross between blueberry and grapefruit. Some people love it, some hate it but rarely does anyone say meh. For the dark roast we have a smoky Uganda. Here is some info from our supplier about this coffee.
Ugandan coffee is not your “typical African” mug of sweet fruity acidic tones. It is low acid, even mildly earthy and bold tasting in darker roasts. But that doesn’t mean it’s bad coffee! This one comes from a new co-op called “Friends of Mothers” and it is comprised of 50 women producers growing coffee on the slopes of Mt. Elgon in the Bugisu region. They have Organic and Fair Trade certifications.
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Tonight We have our usual Wednesday night burger specials with the bacon jam burger. The meat and three is butternut squash stir fry, garlic green beans, smashed taters and Salisbury steak.
Also available as a 4 veggie plate with salad or kale slaw. Come have a beer or glass of wine and enjoy some well prepared and locally sourced food
Today we have the Tenth Doctor and Donna on the big screen. Cindy’s espresso blend and a nice Colombian coffee on drip today. Here’s some info from our supplier about the Colombian lot. “This lot comes from a group of farmers with small plots of land. Several purchasing agencies around the area meticulously control each purchase to guarantee traceability, fairness, and quality. The farmers all use manual hand-crank depulping machines to remove the cherry from the beans, and raised beds for drying the coffee which gives the coffee good air circulation. It is unusual for the farmer to be able to oversee how their coffee is handled, sorted, and prepped every step of the way, but their efforts pay off. “